'Dynamic' Premier has global targets

Nickerson, Kira
April 2008
Fund Strategy;4/28/2008, p7
Trade Publication
The article reports on the launching of Michael Jennings, former head of global equities at Morley company, of Global Dynamic Strategic and Risk controlled (DSR) fund at Premier company. Accordingly, the Global DSR, which will be launched on May 22, 2008 will have about 35-40 holding companies. Jennings expects that during the launch, it will fund will stage at 37.5 percent to America as he sees better opportunities in the country.


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