Hermes BPK launches new Commodity Trading Focused Fund of Funds

April 9th, 2010
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Dublin-based partnership Hermes BPK has announced the launch of a new fund of funds that invests in commodity trading advisors. According to an article in Hedge Fund Review, Hermes BPK’s new hedge fund has already received $100 million in seed capital from institutional investors. The fund is divided into four different share classes with varying fee structures.

Hermes BPK’s Co-Chief Investment Officer and founding partner, Mark Barker, believes that the trading focused strategy in today’s uncertain market will serve as a nice portfolio complement for investor’s that are largely allocated to long-term buy and hold investment strategies.
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