Current news for this fund:
Modulus Europe (Powe Capital) - invests in small/medium sized companies
Count of distinct funds: 1
The Independent reports that Powe Capital Management's flagship hedge fund, Modulus Europe, has been forced to liquidate. Gates were used in July, August and September to defer redemptions on the fund; however, Rory Power, the fund founder, determined that liquidation provided the most "fair" outcome for investors.
The fund invested in "small and medium-size companies" and lost some 21% of its value on the year.
The liquidation will result in 80% of the fund assets being returned as cash with the remainder being liquidated over time.
Regarding the founding of the fund:
Mr Powe, formerly a star fund manager at Invesco, launched Modulus in early 2002. The fund is up 65 per cent since its launch. He left Invesco after his European Growth Fund's value plunged following the bursting of the dotcom bubble.
Other Powe Capital Management funds include the Principia and Tensor funds.
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