Permits and supervision
Adrigo Small & Midcap L/S ("Adrigo" or the "Fund") is a special fund according to Act 2013:561 governing managers of alternative investment funds, authorized in Sweden and supervised by the Financial Supervisory Authority.
Adrigo follows the guidelines and recommendations of the Association of Fund Companies for good practice in the fund industry
East Capital Asset Management S.A.
Management company is East Capital Asset Management S.A. (ECAM).
ECAM is authorized in Luxembourg and supervised by the CSSF (Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier), the Financial Supervisory Authority of Luxembourg. More about East Capital Asset Management S.A
ECAM delegates capital management to East Capital Financial Services AB.
All legal information relating to Adrigo Asset Management, especially the company name of East Capital Financial Services AB, is gathered on this page. You can find them on this page.
Investments in funds involve some degree of risk. Past performance is no guarantee for future performance. Fund units may go up or down in value up and investors may not get back the amount invested.
Availability of Adrigo Small & Midcap L/S may be limited in some countries. Detailed information on where the fund is registered and what type of distribution is permitted can be obtained from Adrigo Asset Management. The information on Adrigo Small & Midcap L/S is not intended to be available to investors domiciled in a country where the making available of such information is prohibited by law or regulation.
It is important that you assess for yourself whether an investment is suitable in relation to these risks as well as the possible tax and other legal consequences and restrictions that may apply to you. You should also, if necessary, consult a financial, legal and tax advisor before investing.
For us, it is important our customers are satisfied. If for any reason you are not satisfied with any product or service, we appreciate you taking the time to contact us, so that we have the opportunity to find out what happened. Complaints are of course submitted free of charge.
Here you will find more information about how you contact us regarding a potential complaint.