The Atlantis China Fund is now available to new investors, having been restructured as an open-ended fund, as originally promised by its managers.
James Alexander, marketing director at Atlantis Investment management, said the move will increase liquidity and open the fund up to a new audience. "For the first seven months investors have been locked in, but by making it open-ended we are able to open it up to a new investor base."
Since its launch in March, the fund has achieved returns of 66.9% (up to 5 November) outperforming the MSCI China Free Index by almost 11%.
Alexander said: "China is very interesting - there is the impact of the WTO and reform to the capital markets and the economy. It is now the largest recipient of foreign investment."
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