In a year when most equity market neutral funds had a hard time, the Saemor Europe Alpha Fund put in a stunning performance, ending 2011 with a gain of 18%.
The investment philosophy is deceptively simple. The portfolio managers believe markets are structurally inefficient and provide opportunities for disciplined and balanced investment strategies. The idea is to capture the best two worlds: a systematic, disciplined use of quantitative research and modelling and a common sense application of fu
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