Rothschild Larch Lane Management Jumps Into Liquid Alternatives Space

Aug 1 2014 | 7:49am ET

Rothschild Larch Lane Management Company has launched a liquid, open end alternatives mutual fund which utilizes a risk balanced approach to portfolio
construction.

The fund seeks to generate consistent returns relative to risk and maintain low correlation to equity and bond markets.

Rothschild and Larch Lane will share their decades of experience managing multi-manager alternatives portfolios through the joint venture management company. Larch Lane is a pioneer in early stage hedge fund investing, hedge fund seeding, and is a well known fund of hedge funds investor in the United States.

Rothschild brings complementary global research of liquid hedge fund managers and distribution.

Michael Tamasco, co-head of Rothschild Asset Management said, “It was important to develop a portfolio that we believe can generate consistent returns in different market environments.”

Mark Jurish, Larch Lane founder and CEO said, “We’ve spent a significant amount of time developing a liquid alternatives fund solution that we believe meets investor demand, including devoting substantial resources to portfolio and risk management.”

Said Tamasco, “By creating and monitoring a 40 act regulatory budget at the overall fund level, we are best able to achieve the maximum benefit from each of our underlying Sub-Advisers.”

The fund’s sub-advisers include Ellington Management Group, Karya Capital Management, Mizuho Alternative Investments and Winton Capital Management.


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