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Artemis Alpha takes stake in Aethra

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Aethra Asset Management has completed its capital raising, with Artemis Alpha Trust acquiring a stake the firm.

Artemis Alpha Trust is a UK investment trust listed on the London Stock Exchange and managed by Artemis Investment Management.

Artemis Alpha will own a minority stake in Aethra, while the managers and the limited partners in Aethra will continue to have the majority of the equity.

Aethra already has a platform in place to serve the institutional and retail fund management market, and has full regulatory approval from the Dutch financial regulator, AFM.
 
John Dodd, manager of Artemis Alpha, says: “We recognised the special opportunity that Aethra has in the Dutch and UK fund management industry. These are the type of opportunities we understand, being investment managers ourselves. So we are pleased to partner with Aethra by making this investment.”
 
Daan Potjer, managing partner of Aethra, says: “Aethra is now a fully funded, fully regulated investment boutique of institutional quality where clients can find products managed on what is, in our view, an excellent platform. A new Dutch fund house has emerged from the former ABN Amro Asset Management. We are very proud to be able to work for a company which enables us to manage our clients’ money in, we believe, the best possible way.”
 
Aethra is currently offering the Aethra DAA Fund, a long-only tactical asset allocation using predominantly ETFs, and the Aethra Europe Star Fund (European Equity).

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