GAIM Advisors, the subsidiary of Integrated Asset Management, has launched a new long/short fund of ...
GAIM Advisors, the subsidiary of Integrated Asset Management, has launched a new long/short fund of hedge funds.
The GAIM Long/Short Equity fund, which is incorporated in Dublin, invests in a diversified portfolio of equity long/short strategy funds.
It aims to have low correlation with traditional asset classes, enabling it to reduce the volatility and increase the potential return of the overall portfolio.
The fund will be offered in dollars and euros, with a minimum investment of $125,000 or e125,000. Both classes will be listed on the Dublin Stock Exchange.
Ian Martin, managing director of GAIM, said "The Long/Short fund is a key product for us. It broadens and compliments our current product offering and enables us to scale our fund management process. We are optimistic about opportunities over the next few years and anticipate strong demand from existing and new clients."
Integrated Asset Management is a financial holding company quoted on the Alternative Investment Market of the London Stock Exchange.
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