The Julius Baer Group is launching its first single strategy hedge fund, the Fixed Income Fund. The fund will start in September with seed capital of $10m and will be managed by Tim Haywood and Tom O'Shea.
The fund will be diversified across the bond markets. Senior vice-president Christian Yates said: 'The rising inflation environment is a good environment for this product ' bonds as an asset class are back on the agenda.'
As a team, the managers have been trading fixed income in London for 15
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