QUAERO CAPITAL and London based Asian fund management specialist Tiburon Partners today announce that, subject to FCA and FINMA approval, they will join forces.
The tie-up, under the QUAERO CAPITAL brand, will form a single business managing more than USD 2.3 billion.
In line with the shared boutique philosophy the combined business will remain 100% employee owned and continue to focus on highly concentrated, actively managed, value strategies.
QUAERO CAPITAL CEO Jean Keller said, “We are delighted to be joining forces with another excellent value specialist as our skills and expertise are wholly complementary. We are also excited to have a substantial presence in London – one of the key centres for investment talent in the world.”
Tiburon Partners’s senior partner Rupert Kimber said, “QUAERO CAPITAL’s managers think and work like us. They have a similar investment approach based on value orientated, concentrated portfolios. So, naturally, we are keen to partner with a firm which shares our philosophy, and can take our offering more widely around Europe.“
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QUAERO CAPITAL has added to its investor offering an Accessible Clean Energy fund managed by Martina Turner and Zoë VanderWolk, to capture increasing investor interest in the switch to alternative clean energy sources worldwide.
The USD32 million UCITS fund, a Luxembourg domiciled SICAV registered for Pan-European distribution in different countries, will be marketed to institutional and professional investors across Europe and the UK. It is a high conviction, active strategy which strengthens the sector funds offering from QUAERO CAPITAL.
QUAERO CAPITAL has introduced Arrash Zafari’s ‘New Europe’ equity fund into the UK.
The introduction of Zafari’s New Europe fund, extends QUAERO CAPITAL’s existing European small and mid (SMID) cap capabilities to include companies from Eastern Europe, as well as other ‘peripheral’ states, such as Greece, Turkey and Russia.
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QUAERO Capital is strengthening its European and worldwide distribution capability with agreement from Allfunds Bank to make QUAERO Capital funds available on its global platform.
The move will see QUAERO Capital’s range of SICAV sub-funds made immediately available, where its funds are registered, to fund selectors in the two dominant European cross border markets of Italy and Spain, as well as in Switzerland and France.
The move will also position QUAERO Capital for expansion in over 40 countries in which Allfunds has a presence – in regions such as Asia where QUAERO Capital reached a distribution agreement with Peak Capital in January.
The arrangements with Allfunds were spearheaded in Iberia by QUAERO Capital’s Amancio Perez who will oversee the business development for the QUAERO Capital funds in the region. Amancio will also be looking to expand QUAERO Capital, through global third-party marketers, into Latin America. Allfunds has established a considerable presence in Latin America – with distribution agreements in most South American countries and local offices in Chile and Colombia.
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QUAERO Capital has appointed Michaël Malquarti as Senior Portfolio Manager.
Malquarti, a specialist in multi-manager and alternative strategies, will manage the Long/Short European Equity fund and assist Cristofer Gelli in the management of asset allocation strategies. Prior to joining QUAERO Malquarti was Head of Manager Research & Alternative Investments at SYZ Asset Management.
Holder of a PhD in Cosmology from Sussex University and of a Master in Mathematical Physics from the University of Geneva, Michael Malquarti has held several positions in fund analysis and selection, multi-manager portfolio management and risk management.
Malquarti recently promoted his ideas in the media for the use by the Swiss National Bank of new tools in monetary policies and is currently preparing the publication of a book on the reform of the monetary system.