Business as usual for rebranded CapeView

Thu May 24, 2012

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Ex-Trafalgar Asset Managers founder Theo Phanos and his team are exploiting opportunities, dislocations and synergies with their focus on European credit and long/short equity through the firm’s well-performing Recovery and Azri vehicles


Sushil Shah
Theo Phanos
Michael Sakkas
Six months on from their rebranding as CapeView Capital, former Trafalgar Asset Managers co-founder Theo Phanos and his team are making very solid progress with their $700 million London-based European credit and long/short equity firm under its new identity.

The firm’s two flagship funds – Recovery, a long-running fundamental credit fund run by Phanos since July 2003, and Azri, a long/short European equity strategy managed by Sushil Shah and Michael Sakkas since 2007 – are continuing to perform well in a volatile and unpredictable market environment across all European risk assets.

Asset inflows are also building momentum – boosted by the opening of a New York marketing office back in 2009 – as investors on both sides of the Atlantic start to focus on finding the best ways to exploit the widespread and growing investment opportunities and dislocations resulting from the continuing financial and...

ISSN: 2151-1845 / CDC10004H

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