Mutual funds

Abbey Capital launches Futures Strategy Fund

Thu, 17/07/2014 - 16:00

Abbey Capital has launched The Abbey Capital Futures Strategy Fund (ABYIX), the firm’s first liquid alternative mutual fund designed for US investors.

The fund offers access for individual and professional investors to participate in an actively managed fixed income, foreign exchange (FX) and managed futures mutual fund.
 
The fund seeks to deliver positive absolute returns through a managed futures strategy and a fixed income strategy.
 
The managed futures strategy will provide investors with access to eight experienced futures and FX managers. These managers employ different trading styles in a wide range of global financial, FX and commodity markets over multiple timeframes.
 
The fixed income strategy will also have an active allocation to US fixed income markets through investing the fund’s assets primarily in short-term investment grade, liquid fixed income securities.
 
Abbey Capital, an alternative investment manager based in Dublin and New York, believes in offering cost efficient investment products that aim to deliver superior performance combined with strong risk management. The fund offers investors a transparent fee structure with a net expense ratio of 1.99 per cent (Share Class I) which includes all Abbey Capital and sub-adviser management fees. A key differentiator for the product is that there are no performance fees at any level in the fund.
 
Abbey Capital allocates to the fund’s underlying managers through its proprietary managed account platform in order to gain exposure to futures, global macro and foreign exchange strategies.


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