Bangkok, Muang Thai (PressExposure) May 15, 2013 -- Capricorn strategies have once again been honored by its industry piers with yet another award for its Cayman Island based hedge fund. Winning Investors Choice Award for 'Best Emerging CTA' is just another notch on its award stick with the number of industry awards for Capricorn strategies now standing well above ten.
Capricorn strategies relies by it team of professional which have been assembled from some of the finest trading institutions from across the globe to provide superior performance within today's volatile markets. Focusing on the G10 currency crosses provides Capricorn strategies with the ability to provide its clients with an array of speculative and hedging strategies which caters to the currency investors needs. Capricorn strategies caters to high end private investors, financial institutions and offers advisory services in the areas of Market Dynamics, cost efficient investing, trading skills and strategy.
The Investors Choice European Hedge Fund Awards recognize and honor fund managers which have achieved outstanding risk adjusted absolute returns. Risk cannot simply be defined by realized performance measures such as volatility, and unrealized risk also needs to be taken into account.
Uniquely, the awards had extensive input from investors. HedgePo consulted with some of the most respected institutional investors in the industry to develop a judging framework that reflects their own investment criteria. Investors were directly involved in the judging of the awards and the judges, as well as many other investor members of the HedgePo research portal, attended the awards gala dinner and ceremony.
Participating judges included Aberdeen Asset Management, ABN AMRO Advisors, Ascension Health, Culross Global Management, DNB Asset Management, E.I.M., Feri Trust GmbH, Gems Advisors, Lyxor Asset Management, RPM, SEI Investments, Stenham Advisors, The Rock Creek Group and the TfL Pension Fund. Other investors presenting awards on the night included HFIM, the Royal County of Berkshire Pension Fund, bfinance and The Wellcome Trust.