Zadig’s Herbert racks up results with Camox
Tue Feb 22, 2011
Jonathan Herbert’s background as a former bond trader has also helped to shape his approach to risk
For the last three years one of the hidden stars among
Europe’s hedge funds, Jonathan
Herbert’s Camox – part of Laurent
Saglio’s Zadig stable – has been
deliberately low profile, quietly clocking up impressive
numbers while keeping assets small at around $35 million.
The fund was up 25% in 2009, 26% in 2010 and –
perhaps most notably of all – achieved a positive 4.7%
result in 2008. After its first three years, through the most
torrid and volatile market conditions imaginable, the fund is
annualising at 19% – on annualised volatility of just
Herbert specialises in small to mid-cap stocks in the Alpine
region. "My universe is about 100 companies, with another 100
or so on the radar," he...
ISSN: 2151-1845 / CDC10004H
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