Gil Saiz’s Vector Commodity Management outperforms rivals

March 21st, 2011
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Gil Saiz’s Vector Commodity Management LLP returned 8.2% gain last month, approximately six times the industry average. So far, Vector has returned 12.2% year to date and 8.6% since it launched last year. Vector outperformed other larger rivals such as Dennis Crema’s BlueGold Fund, Chris Levett’s Clive Capital Fund, the Viridian Fund, and the Merchant Commodity Fund last month according to an article from Bloomberg. BlueGold returned 7.5%, Clive 4.9%, and Viridian 3.9%, while Merchant Commodity lost 3.7% percent in February.

According to sources, Vector Commodity Management’s success last month can be attributed to its relative-value strategy that focused on crude and oil products. Gilbert Saiz previously worked at Goldman Sachs Group (NYSE:GS) as a trader.
For Detailed Investor Profiles on these Investors, click below:
BlueGold Capital
Clive Capital
Related People: Chris Levett; Dennis Crema; Pierre Andurand
Related Entities: BlueGold General Partner Inc; BlueGold Global Fund LP; BlueGold Investments Limited; Clive Capital LLP; Clive Fund; The Clive Fund LP
Related Article Tags: Multi-Strategy, Long Short, Equity, Debt and Global Macro Hedge Fund News


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