Jamison Capital Partners Closes to New Investors After Doubling Assets

April 4th, 2013
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After just four years since its launch, Jamison Capital Partners has closed its $1.5 billion Koppenberg Macro Commodity Fund to new investors. According to Reuters, fund manager, Stephen Jamison made the decision for a “soft close” of his fund after its assets more than doubled over the last year, according to Reuters.

Jamison Capital Partners’ Koppenberg Macro Commodity hedge fund, which trades both commodities and macro opportunities in equities, treasuries and currencies, has achieved positive returns in each of the last three years and is up 1.2 percent this year. The macro commodities niche in general has performed well over that period, attracting investors from underperforming hedge funds.
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