Strong macro comeback at Burnell's Nylon

Mon Mar 23, 2009

Nylon Capital, the London-based firm founded by former Barclays, Merrill and Deutsche bond trader Alan Burnell that was launched in 2005 with major backing from Barclays, has produced a striking comeback since its restructuring 18 months ago from a relative value fixed-income fund into a diversified global macro strategy.

The fund achieved a strong net return last year of 10.69%, on very low volatility of less than 4%, and is already up by almost 5.5% this year to the end of February. According to executives at the firm, the turnaround demonstrates...

ISSN: 2151-1845 / CDC10004H

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