Martin Currie To Offer First Fund Of Funds

Mar 20 2008 | 2:00am ET

Scottish money manager Martin Currie Investment Management is set to unveil its first fund of hedge funds next month, according to Citywire.

The Edinburgh-based firm said its Omnium Fund will have access to its entire hedge fund range, Citywire reports. Allocations to individual funds will be determined by their risk-banding. A model portfolio for Omnium has returned 48.9% over the past three years.

David Sheasby, who joined Martin Currie from Aegon Asset Management four years ago, will manage the new fund of funds.


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