LONDON (HedgeWorld.com)–In two recent deals, LJH Global Investments continues to build upon its European hedge fund business.
Through separate partnerships with London-based Attica Asset Management and Bank Frick, a Liechtenstein-based private bank, LJH is managing assets for a hedge fund index certificate and a guaranteed note linked to the performance of a multi-strategy hedge fund of funds portfolio.
LJH originally partnered with Attica last March with the idea of bringing new funds of funds to a group of institutional investors investing in alternatives for the first time. Now the two firms have issued the Attica/LJH Conservative Hedge Index Certificate, which will be issued by German private bank Sal. Oppenheim jr. & Cie. KgaA.
The new German certificate will be available to European institutional investments and high-net-worth individuals as a tailored hedge fund of funds based with an investment minimum of US$50,000. It will be based on the Attica-LJH Conservative Hedge Fund index, which consists of 16 hedge funds combining market neutral, equity hedge, arbitrage and fixed-income styles.