Meriden Group has launched its Luxembourg-based Quantum Capital Investment Fund, replicating the small/mid-cap directional allocation index of US financial services firm Transparent Value.
The fund seeks to capture strong risk-adjusted outperformance across all market cycles to improve performance in rising equity markets and protecting assets during market downturns.
Combining an active and a passive strategy, the fund invests in listed US small/mid-cap companies, and can hold 50 per cent or 100 per cent in cash.
Non-US investors have access to three share classes with a US$200,000 (£135,500), US$3m (£2.2m) or US$10m (£6.8m) minimum investment.
The fund’s investment process is based on the required business performance and behavioural risk indicator strategies set out by Transparent Value, taking into account systematic behavioural biases on the part of portfolio managers, analysts and investors.