Winton Rolls Out North American, European Stock Funds

Jun 16 2014 | 9:43am ET

Quantitative hedge fund powerhouse Winton Capital Management is deploying its flagship equity strategy more regionally with a pair of new launches.

The firm has rolled out long-only stock funds focused on North America and Europe. Both will employ the same methodology as Winton’s US$700 million Winton Global Equity Fund, Citywire reports. That fund returned nearly 30% last year.

Both new funds have minimum investment requirements of €1 million and will charge 20% performance fees, with no management fee.


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