L.A. Firm Derivatives Fund for Institutions

February 2005
American Banker;2/8/2005, Vol. 170 Issue 26, p11
Trade Publication
Mentions an announcement from Payden & Rygel, a Los Angeles investment manager, that it started a derivatives-based global equity fund. How the fund will be listed for institutional clients in Europe; The amount of assets the company has under its management; The portfolio's mix of derivative instruments.


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