Algebris Readies Long-Only, Low-Fee Financials Fund

Jun 14 2013 | 11:31am ET

Algebris Investments is set to launch a long-only financials fund with more than US$100 million in commitments.

The London-based hedge fund will roll out the fund in August with a formal launch in September. The vehicle—which will charge only 0.9% in annual fees—will invest in high-dividend stocks and high-yielding bonds, with the aim of distributing about 7% per year to investors in quarterly payouts.


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