Managed by Co-CIOs and Managing Partners Christopher R. Wolf and Giles Conway-Gordon, the Trimaran Liquidity Fund targets 16% -18% net return with expected volatility of 6%-8% without the use of leverage, according to the announcement. The Trimaran Fund has been designed to provide Alpha with non-correlation and liability protection including: Ultra Liquidity (monthly liquidity, 10-day notice with no lock-up, no gate, no redemption penalties and complete transparency); Flexibility (all underlying investments are ultra liquid, permitting rapid, opportunistic responses to global volatility and market uncertainty); and Stability (diversification).
The Trimaran Fund invests in:
- Managed Futures, Global Macro, CTAs and other ultra liquid strategies which have low/negative correlation to equity markets;
- ETFs enabling narrow and controlled directionality as a proxy for direct hedge fund investing; and
- Debt-Related Instruments, notably mispriced credit opportunities offering attractive returns and gains.
“Trimaran is designed as a remedy for sophisticated institutional and private investors who are ready to redeploy capital but need new assurances to do so,” stated Wolf, in the announcement.
More information is at www.cogowolf.com .
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