Lee Robinson’s Trafalgar Capital Management winds down Catalyst hedge fund

April 28th, 2011
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Trafalgar Capital Management, run by partners Lee Robinson and Theo Phanos, has announced that it plans to liquidate its flagship Trafalgar Catalyst Fund. The Catalyst fund includes about $450 million in assets, but has seen an increasing number of investor redemption requests, leading to its liquidation.

According to an article by the Financial Times, investors may be worried about the intentions of Lee Robinson to set up a new venture separate from Trafalgar. Robinson personally managed the Catalyst Fund and co-managed Trafalgar Capital Management with partner Theo Phanos. Trafalgar will continue to operate its Credit fund, managed by Mr. Phanos, and its Azri Equity Fund.
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