London-based asset manager Trium Capital is to launch a long-short credit Ucits fund with seeding from Ellington Global Asset Management.
The new Ellington Trium Alternative Credit Ucits Fund strategy seeks to capture value in assets overlooked by other managers.
Michael Vranos, founder and chief executive officer of Ellington, said: “We are excited to partner with Trium to provide investors with access to Ellington’s established credit strategies.
“We believe persistent supply and demand disparities, coupled with rich alpha opportunities from our unique research and security selection process, provide an attractive foundation for generating uncorrelated returns for our alternative credit Ucits fund clients.”
Connecticut-based Ellington is an alternative investment management firm founded in 1994 which manages approximately $7.5 billion (€6.6 billion) in assets.
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