Insch Capital: System addict keeps opinion separate from trades

Chris Cruden is a man with strong opinions, but they do not influence trading at his foreign exchange fund


To call Chris Cruden an ardent eurosceptic would be an understatement. At Risk’s annual summit in London earlier this year, Cruden, the chief executive of Swiss investment manager Insch Capital Management, disagreed with a senior Banque de France official so vehemently that he suffered a mild heart attack on his way back to the airport.

But as an entirely systematic investment manager, Cruden is no more free to intervene in the trading decisions of his currency investment programme, Kintillo

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