Rivoli aims to take advantage of seismic changes in bond markets
Wed Jun 27, 2012
Institutional investors are divesting from German bonds
which were once considered to be a safe haven and are looking
for other alternatives, according to Thaddée Tyl from
Rivoli Fund Management in Paris.
This has created an advantage for the UCITS-compliant Rivoli
Long Short Bond Fund, says Tyl (pictured), fund manager and
chief executive for the firm.
The strategy takes positions in bonds and interest rate
futures and aims to avoid any hidden credit risk. It uses
diversified strategies including short-term trend following,
pattern recognition strategies, medium-to-long term trend
following and arbitrage strategies trading the shape...
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