Oxford Advisors has announced that it has closed Class B of the Oxford Alternative Strategy Fund as of 9 April 2001. The reason for the closure of Class B is because the risk and return profile of this class was too similar to Class A. Investors in Class B have reallocated their money totalling $58m into Classes A and C.
Commenting on the closure, Patrick Harrigan, managing director of Oxford Advisers, said: "Given the similarity of the risk and return profiles of classes A and B, we felt t
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