August 26, 2005

Thames River Capital’s two ‘core’ funds of hedge funds awarded an A Rating by Standard and Poor's

Thames River Capital is on cloud nine with two of its funds of hedge funds getting A rating by Standard & Poor’s. The two funds are quite different from one another in their investment strategies. Thames River Sentinel Fund invests in a diversified portfolio of non-directional hedge funds. It seeks to provide absolute returns in low volatility with minimum risk. On the other hand, Thames River Warrior Fund invests in focussed range of directional or opportunistic hedge funds.

The fund operates with modest volatility and aims to achieve double digit returns over a cycle. Both the funds are managed by Ken Kinsey-Quick who is also head of Multi-Manager Investments at Thames River Capital. He has over ten years of experience in the industry. The company collectively manages over $ 500 million of assets. Charlie Porter, CEO Thames River Capital is a very happy man these days having accomplished such a feat. reports:

“Thames River Sentinel Fund seeks to achieve consistent, low volatility absolute returns in excess of risk free rates by investing in a well diversified portfolio of non-directional hedge funds.”

Read More: Standard and Poor's awards Thames River's Sentinel Fund and Warrior Fund A ratings

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