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Darius Capital Partners passed the €1bn threshold of under management

Following the launch of a €100M Fund of Hedge Funds, dedicated to a French institutional investor, Darius Capital Partners exceeds €1bn assets under management and advisory.

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Darius Capital Partners, an affiliate of Natixis Global Asset Management, uses its expertise to serve institutional investors and provide them with the advice, the bespoke solutions and the tailor-made vehicles they need within the alternative space.

When the market is consolidating, Darius Capital Partners pursues its development through a strategy based on a greater diversification and a widen universe of alpha sources. “In the current market conditions, alpha generation has become scarcer. At Darius Capital Partners we have adapted our process to target new sources of absolute returns which we find in niche, idiosyncratic strategies to complement our focus on liquid alternatives. Financial disintermediation is another area where we identify managers taking advantage of a secular shift, through Direct Lending for instance. We have also allocated new resources to the Real Assets space, where our due diligence process and expertise in manager identification are well suited to the analysis of investment opportunities” said Mathieu Klein, CIO and co-founder of Darius Capital Partners.

Created in 2004, Darius Capital Partners delivers timely and customized advice and management to institutional investors on their alternative programs. Investment Management Company regulated by the AMF, Darius Capital Partners is affiliated to Natixis Global Asset management since 2011.

Next Finance , October 12

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