Champagne performance at Charlemagne

Charlemagne Capital's OCCO Asia Fund has produced annualised returns of 12.23% in the past two years and 11.66% since February 1999, when Julian Mayo became the manager of the fund.

Under the stewardship of Julian Mayo and Yvonne Yeoh, the volatility of the fund, operating in a region known as much for its rocky ride as potential profits, has been kept well below the 12% standard deviation limit.

OCCO Asia, a Cayman Islands-domiciled Asia ex-Japan long/short fund, complements the firm's Eastern

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