Israel-based fund of hedge funds on the lookout for emerging managers in the next 12 months.

by Amy Bensted

  • 06 Sep 2010
  • HF

The USD 150 million, KCPS Capital, has announced plans to add up to 10 new hedge funds to its KCPS Lightning Fund. It will not target specific strategies, but instead will focus its investments towards emerging managers across a broad array of fund styles. KCPS will be seeking emerging managers from across the globe as it looks to diversify its holdings both regionally as well as strategically. KCPS is also tapping into the UCITS trend, and it has already invested in some of these highly regulated version of hedge funds. Through its portfolio of funds, KCPS seeks returns of 15% for its investors.

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