Abbey Capital Multi Asset Fund
The Abbey Capital Multi Asset Fund (the "Fund") combines an allocation to a multi-manager managed futures strategy with a managed long US equity strategy. The remaining cash is invested in a short-dated fixed income strategy.
Multi-manager managed futures strategy
Target exposure approximately 100% of the Fund's net assets. Executed through managed account allocations to underlying managers*. Bi-directional exposure to over 120 markets across equity indices, commodities, bonds, interest rates and foreign exchange.
Managed long US equity strategy
Target exposure of approximately 50% of the Fund's net assets. Executed using S&P 500 futures contracts for capital efficiency. Managed by Abbey Capital within defined thresholds.
Fixed income strategy
Approximately 70% of the Fund's net assets. Short duration US fixed income portfolio.
The Fund may invest in derivatives (futures, options, swaps) and commodities. Investing in managed futures may not be suitable for all investors given its speculative nature and the high level of risk involved. The Fund is appropriate only for investors who can understand and bear the risks associated with product. Click here for further risk considerations. Investors should consider the investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses of the Abbey Capital Multi Asset Fund carefully before investing.
A prospectus with this and other information about the fund including returns current to most recent month-end may be obtained by calling (US Toll Free) 1-844-261-6484, international callers call + 1-414-203-9540, or by clicking here. The prospectus should be read carefully before investing.
The Abbey Capital Multi Asset Fund is distributed by Quasar Distributors, LLC.
Correlation: Correlation is a statistical measure which quantifies the extent to which two assets, or securities, move in relation to each other. The correlation coefficient between two assets can vary from between -1 and +1, with a positive correlation indicating a tendency to rise and fall together, and a negative correlation indicating a tendency to move in opposite directions.
Short Duration: Abbey Capital defines “Short Duration ” as securities with a duration of 6 months or less.