We are still riding the wave of the longest bull bond market in history which is nearing 40 years in duration. We also continue to see historically low interest rates. Neither condition can last forever. Given this, the traditional fixed-income structure of many client portfolios is likely to disappoint significantly when the environment changes. Our alternative income funds may provide a greater degree of portfolio diversification and additional sources of income than traditional fixed-income portfolios.
Core fixed income portfolio of specialty managers with the flexibility to adapt to changing markets. Low to negative correlation to the Bloomberg Barclays US Aggregate Bond index. Fund seeks to deliver consistently high level of monthly income with lower volatility.
Our managed risk funds are designed to strengthen client portfolios by seeking to minimize the impact of market declines while still participating in the market upside. Lower volatility and steady returns may provide a more optimal result. We believe this allows clients to have a more confident experience to keep them invested during all market conditions.
Strategy that seeks to systematically provide predictable downside volatility reduction of the S&P 500 while also reasonably participating in the market upside. Seeks to provide a level return stream that may help smooth the ride to position clients to remain invested when it matters most.
Strategy that seeks to systematically provide predictable downside volatility reduction. For clients seeking emerging market equity allocations. Seeks participation in the potential outsized EM equity returns while seeking to reduce the downside volatility which can be associated with EM investing.
The 30 year performance of the HFRI Composite Index has long been the envy of the investment community. Who wouldn't like the same types of returns as the S&P 500 with half the volatility? The problem is, you can't invest directly in the HFRI Composite Index. Even tracking the strategies in the hedge fund universe, let alone replicating those strategies and making them available in liquid portfolios has proved daunting. Our Dynamic Beta funds attempt to provide a solution to the gap we saw in the space.
Proprietary systematic process seeks to closely track the HFRI Fund Weighted Composite Index - a global universe of more than 2,000 hedge funds. This broadly diversified “one-stop” index is comprised of the following sub-indexes : Equity Hedge; Event Driven; Macro and Relative Value. Strategy seeks to provide greater portfolio diversification and enhanced risk adjusted returns.
Proprietary systematic process that seeks to identify and capitalize on valuation discrepancies between related financial instruments. Strategy seeks to deliver a diversifying “non-directional” return stream independent of market returns to help modulate portfolio volatility. Goal is to closely track the HFRI Relative Value Index.
Strategy seeks to deliver a diversifying return stream by closely tracking strategies that opportunistically take long and short positions across asset classes including commodities, currencies, equities and fixed income. Global macro directional investing flexibility can provide return streams that “diverge” and diversify portfolios from strategies focused on value and price “convergence”. Goal is to closely track the HFRI Macro Index.
Partnered with the Family Office Exchange (FOX) to launch this distinct strategy. FOX is the oldest family office organization in the industry serving approximately 370 family offices with average AUM of $500 million. FOX formed the Scion group, consisting of over 20 of its most sophisticated family offices to share their quarterly asset allocation with us. We us our proprietary replication intellectual property to create the same asset allocation, including liquid as well as non liquid asset classes. The result, over 20 asset classes are represented in this fund.