Calyx Offers Offshore Hedge Fund

January 2005
Investment Management Weekly;1/17/2005, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p6
The article presents information on the launching of an off shore hedge fund offering by the hedge fund firm Calyx Financial. The new move is a part of the firm's strategy to promote the U.S. managers to global markets. The firm develops and markets alternative investments and the hedge fund adds leverage to its strategy of targeting small-to-mid-sized companies based in the United States. In addition to it the firm will offer the hedge fund to institutional investors and institutional scale private accounts.


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