(PRWEB) May 26, 2013
Individual Investors are more and more looking for access to alternative investments to diminish risk in their portfolios and add diversification. Accomplishing this introduction has customarily been demanding, with investors requiring expert management and a capacity to proficiently access such opportunities. This has left numerous individual portfolios and retirement accounts underweighted in comparison to their institutional partners.
To offer alternative investments to a more extensive customer base, Kaizen Pacific Asset Management ("KSAM") has published the launch of the Kaizen Pacific Alternatives Fund which offers extensive exposure to a broad range of alternative investment strategies inside the advantageous structure of a mutual fund. The Fund will invest using an extensive variety of techniques, incorporating long and short equities, changing value, occasion driven and credit, relative quality, strategic trading, and fixed income strategies.
"We accept today's complex markets require modern strategies that can improve a portfolio and carry our clients closer to their lifelong objectives," said Milo Jacobson, the Fund's manager. "We are pleased to offer clients the Kaizen Pacific Alternatives Fund to enhance portfolios by providing an alternative solution that will improve returns and enhance a portfolio."
Kaizen Pacific Asset Management is the asset management division of the Kaizen Pacific Group which administers portfolios on behalf of individuals, corporations and institution worldwide from offices located in Tokyo and Geneva.
The Kaizen Pacific Alternatives Fund distributes its assets to multiple investment managers who are unaffiliated with the Investment Adviser and who utilize one or more non-traditional alternative investment strategies. A strategy executed by a Manager or alternately the utilization of quantitative models to achieve that strategy may fail to achieve the intended results. Diverse speculation styles have a tendency to shift in and out of favor and Fund may fail to meet expectations at certain times. The Fund's value is subject to market risk and the value may go up or down according to the prospects of individual companies and general market conditions.