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Winton Fund Looks To Change Fee Structure

by financialstandard.com.au posted 2weeks ago 42 views
A $1.2 billion fund distributed locally by Macquarie Investment Management is seeking unitholder approval to change its fee structure. : A $1.2 billion fund distributed locally by Macquarie Investment Management is seeking unitholder approval to change its fee structure. The Winton Global Alpha Fund takes long and short positions in exchange-traded futures and forward contracts of stock indices, bonds, interest rates, currencies and commodities. It is managed by Winton's founder and British hedge fund billionaire David Harding, who previously also co-founded Man AHL. The fund is  distributed in Australia by Macquarie Investment Management, and also on the ASX's mFund platform.

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