Trium Capital Said To Plan New Long/Short Equity UCITS Fund

Jul 20 2017 | 10:25pm ET

London-based alternative asset manager Trium is reportedly prepping a new UCITS-compliant version of an existing Cayman Islands-based global long/short equity fund.

The fund, named the Trium Opportunistic Equity fund, is expected to launch in August and will be domiciled in Ireland as part of Trium’s UCITS-compliant platform, according to an article in Citywire. It will be managed by former Tudor Investments analyst Randeep Grewal, who has managed the Cayman strategy for two years. 

Like its counterpart, the new UCITS fund will focus on underfollowed or thinly researched global large-cap stocks, the article continued. The strategy currently maintains a concentrated portfolio of 23 equity positions and four merger arbitrage positions.

Founded in 2013, Trium is a specialist alternative asset manager operating a diverse range of strategies including equity long/short and event driven on the discretionary side, and diversified macro and statistical arbitrage on the systematic side. These strategies are available either directly on a stand-alone basis or via Trium’s multi-strategy offering. 

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