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Platinum Capital Management – Platinum Nordic Fund

Platinum Capital Management

Platinum Nordic Fund

Type: Hedge fund

Aim: Growth by investing long and short in Scandinavian equities plus fixed income and index derivatives

Minimum investment: £40,000, $50,000, euros 50,000

Investment split: 100% in Scandinavian equities and derivatives

Place of registration: Cayman Islands

Charges: Annual 1.5%, performance fee 15%

Commission: Subject to negotiation

Tel: 020 7 8876110

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