Hedge Funds

Saguenay Strathmore promises bespoke solutions for institutional investors

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Rather than selling a pre-packaged product, Saguenay Strathmore Capital sees the future in offering a customised approach to clients’ investments

By Claire Makin

Stephen Harper Brian Walsh

Saguenay Strathmore Capital’s chiefs want to make one thing clear – they do not like to be called a fund of hedge fund company. This is despite the fact that their $275 million Saguenay Offshore Fund has gained nearly 7% a year on average since launch in 2004 with 5.3% volatility.

They feel that the fund of hedge fund label denotes an era that is quickly passing, where the emphasis for providers lies in selling a pre-packaged product to clients. Instead,