UK vehicle joins Gartmore absolute return stable

March 2009
Fund Strategy;3/2/2009, p8
Trade Publication
The article reports on the launch of an Absolute Return fund by the investment company Gartmore PLC in Great Britain. It says that the fund will be established through the company's Octanis hedge fund, which sits in the AlphaGen range. In addition, the fund will be managed by Ben Wallace, who has led the strategy for five years. It further says that the fund will be a large-cap vehicle, which will invest in British equities using a market directional approach.


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