Amplitude buys back outside equity, beefs up research team

Mon Mar 26, 2012

Karsten Schroeder
Amplitude Capital, the $1.2 billion Zug-based systematic trading hedge fund group headed by Karsten Schroeder, has executed a number of corporate initiatives to position the business for further growth and expansion in the short-term CTA space.

The active partners in the firm, led by chairman and head of research Schroeder, are in the process of a share buyback from the passive shareholders that helped to seed the venture in 2004 – former Deutsche Bank managing director Shamil Chandaria and Mathias Ackermand.

Following completion of the buyback, Schroeder and his partners will own 80% of the equity in Amplitude...

ISSN: 2151-1845 / CDC10004H

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