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SEA Asset Management forms fund distribution partnership with Seahawk Investments


SEA Asset Management (SEA AM), a boutique fund manager based in Singapore, and Seahawk Investments based in Eschborn, Germany, have formed a fund distribution partnership.

The collaboration of the two firms brings together the capabilities and services required to successfully launch and distribute alternative mutual funds. Among the benefits of the cooperation are synergies on all levels as the two boutique managers pool their industry and regional expertise and experience. 

“Joining forces with Seahawk Investments in this collaboration helps us to mutually expand our reach in Singapore and Germany amid increasingly complex regulatory requirements,” says Alexander Zeeh, CEO of SEA Asset Management “Our investment strategies complement each other.”

“We think that this partnership is an important step in the evolution of fund distribution, as it will make a broader array of alternative investment strategies accessible to institutional and accredited investors in Singapore,” says Hubertus Clausius, portfolio manager and managing partner at Seahawk Investments. 


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