Oxburgh thrives on non-consensus approach

Fri Mar 26, 2010

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Now approaching its 10th anniversary, the long/short equity firm has a record of producing its best performances when markets are at their trickiest

A move from the City to Mayfair and the imminent launch of a new sterling class of its flagship Dowgate Europe fund are the latest developments in the 10-year history of Oxburgh Partners, the $140 million long/short European equity firm led by Adrian Paine.


Adrian Paine

Now approaching its 10th anniversary, Oxburgh is enjoying strong performance in its two Dowgate Europe and Mako Europe long/short funds - which are respectively up by 8.7% and 4.9% so far this year after a volatile first two months in the equity markets that have wrong-footed many other long/short managers.

Mako - a short-term large-cap European equity trading strategy based on fundamental analysis and newsflow that is run by Paine and ex-Government of Singapore Investment Corporation equity...

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