TT Launches Fund On Deutsche Bank UCITS Platform

Nov 1 2012 | 12:47pm ET

TT International has joined Deutsche Bank's UCITS platform with the launch of the DB Platinum TT International Fund.

The new vehicle is a version of TT's global macro strategy, focusing on European stocks with a fundamental research bent. It will also invest globally, and in currencies and interest rates, putting money only into very liquid positions.

"Having previously partnered with Deutsche Bank, we have a high regard for their extensive experience and UCITS knowledge," TT founder Tim Tacchi said. "We are confident that the launch of the fund, which gives investors access to TT International's investment management experience and strategies in the form of a UCITS fund, on Deutsche Bank's dbalternatives platform, will provide an investment solution suitable for these challenging times."

"Tim Tacchi has over 20 years experience managing global macro strategies, which is an invaluable addition to our UCITS platform that aims to provide UCITS strategies from the world’s leading hedge fund managers," Tarun Nagpal, European head of fund derivatives at Deutsche Bank, said. "The product delivers a much sought after investment strategy for clients looking for diversification and opportunities to benefit from the ever changing geo-political environment."


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