Rivoli Fund Management Need help with terms? France Type: Commodity Trading Advisor (CTA) Registrations: NFA ID: 0306751French AMF Program Past 12 Months Aug YTD CAROR WDD AUM Min Inv Visits Long/Short Bond Fund 4.14 14.02 3.28 -15.31 $ 5.1M $ 5,000k 580 Rivoli International Fund (MAP) 7.15 15.72 6.53 -47.01 € 4.5M € 5,000k 10931 Rivoli International Fund (V9) -2.15 4.27 -32.07 $ 5,000k 6586 Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results. The risk of loss in trading commodity futures, options, and foreign exchange ("forex") is substantial. CTA Introduction Founded in 1996, Rivoli Fund Management is an independent management firm registered in France with the AMF (Autorité des Marches Financiers) for UCITS and FIA management; it is also registered in the US as a CTA with the CFTC, and is a NFA member. With its 22 years expertise, Rivoli Fund Management is considered as a quantitative management specialist in Europe and US. It is owned by three partners: its founder and President Vincent GLEYZE, its CFO Stephane BREANT and its COO Erwan FOISSEY. After an earlier career at SG Warburg on futures markets and government bonds issuing, Vincent Gleyze joined BRED bank (Banque Populaire group) as a proprietary trader on fixed income markets, before creating Rivoli Fund Management in 1996. After an earlier experience in an insurance company, Stephane BREANT joined RFM in 2001 to deal with the administration of the firm. Relying on its legal expertise, he extended his activities to legal and compliance issues. He was on-boarded as a partner in 2009, and is now CFO and CCO of the management firm. After a university degree and a business school diploma, Erwan Foissey joined Rivoli Fund Management in 2003 as a trader. In 2006, he became responsible for the Front / Middle Office desk, and was on-boarded as a partner in 2009. As the current COO, he supervises all front to back operations; he is also deeply involved in managing the programs and in the research activity. For more than 20 years, Rivoli Fund Management's teams have relied on know-how and a proprietary methodology developed by an experienced research team. The funds can be classified into four program categories: diversified, long/short bond, long/short equity and asset allocation. They all provide daily liquidity and are mostly eligible for life assurance contracts. Long-term performances show the main advantage of these products: decorrelation from the markets and traditional management, which makes them an essential diversification component when designing a portfolio. At last, all the programs performed by the funds can be customized according to investor needs, through tailored dedicated managed accounts.