JO Hambro Capital Management plans to launch a European mid-cap long-short hedge fund this autumn, subject to regulatory approval.
Details of the fund, which will be Cayman Island-domiciled and Dublin-listed, have yet to be decided, but company chairman Jamie Hambro was able to give provisional figures.
According to Hambro, the fund will almost certainly charge an annual management fee of 1% plus a 20% performance fee. It will be available in euros and dollars with a minimum initial investment of
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