GNI Fund Management and Winton Capital Management have announced a strategic alliance to develop and...
GNI Fund Management and Winton Capital Management have announced a strategic alliance to develop and market both existing and new investment products, writes Michèle Harrison.
GNI, a subsidiary of the Gerrard Group, has $450m under management invested in its own exclusive range of trading funds.
Winton Capital Management was established in 1997 by David Harding who had previously co-founded AHL, which is now part of ED&F Man.
It currently has $120m under management invested in its own in-house Winton Futures programme.
The two companies will work together to develop and market a range of structured products and guaranteed funds for both retail and institutional clients.
John Burridge, managing director of GNI Fund Management, said: "Rather than just offering products linked to a particular stock market index, we will be offering investors the ability to link their performance to the Winton Futures fund."
The Winton Futures fund is a trend-following product that invests in equities, bonds, commodities and currencies.
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