Franklin Templeton scion Charles Johnson launches equity fund
Tue Jan 12, 2010
Tano prefers to get its commodity exposure through equity stakes.
Tano Capital, the $250 million hedge fund and private equity
firm founded by Charles Johnson, former co-president of
Franklin Templeton Investments, has launched the Tano Global
Hard Assets Fund. The long/short strategy rolled out with $80
million on Jan. 4, director James Alexander told AIN.
The fund, managed by Johnson, primarily invests in U.S. hard
assets and commodity-related equity. "From a...
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