Major seed commitment from Grosvenor takes Nightscape Capital to the next level
Thu May 24, 2012
Ex-Sandelman and Citadel manager Nick Stukas secures $75 million investment from $20 billion US fund of funds group for his well-performing credit and capital structure strategy
The signing of a $75 million accelerator capital with
highly-regarded Chicago-based fund of funds group Grosvenor
marks a major step forward for Nightscape Capital –
the London-based credit and capital structure firm led by
ex-Sandelman and Citadel man Nick Stukas.
Since its inception in September 2010, the Nightscape Global
Value Fund has delivered an excellent and very consistent
performance through a rocky period in credit-related and other
risk asset markets.
The fund is annualising at some 6.5% after its first 20
months of trading – on very low annualised volatility
of just 3%, and with minimal (verging on negative) correlation
to credit indices and other benchmarks. Since inception, the
biggest down month is just 1.2% – in a period when
credit markets, and many other credit hedge funds, have shown
Nightscape Global Value was nominated for a EuroHedge new
fund of the year award last year on the...
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