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Odey launches global long/short fund for Rezny

Odey launches global long/short fund for Rezny

Odey Asset Management has launched a global long/short fund for Markus Rezny, investing across asset classes and regions.

The Odey Orion fund, domiciled in Dublin, has an unconstrained mandate and can invest in equities, derivatives, government and corporate bonds, collective investment schemes, commodities, currencies and cash.

The Ucits fund is designed for investors seeking long-term capital growth, who are able to take on high market volatility.

Odey offers sterling and dollar share classes on the fund, while the base currency is in euros.

The firm said the annual fee for the fund is 0.75%, with a 20% performance fee.

Prior to joining Odey in April last year, Renzy worked at Griffin Capital Management, where he managed the firm’s Griffin European Opportunities fund, a long/short equity absolute return product.

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