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New Star Asset Management – New Star Managed Hedge Fund

Type:
Fund of hedge funds

Aim:
Growth by investing in a portfolio of New Star hedge funds

Minimum investment:
Lump sum £100,000, $200,000

Place of registration:
Dublin

Investment split:
26% New Star hedge fund, 20% New Star Japan Hedge Fund, 18% New Star Convertible Opportunities Hedge Fund, 10% New Star Global Wealth Management Hedge Fund, 10% New Star European Hedge Fund, 10% New Star UK Leaders Hedge Fund, 6% New Star Asia Renaissance Hedge Fund

Charges:
Initial up to 5.25%, annual and performance fees depend on underlying funds

Commission:
Subject to negotiation

Tel: 020 7225 9200

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