Rocq Capital funds renamed
In order to emphasise the Rocq Capital brand, as of 11th October 2017, our two investment funds have been renamed from Omnium Sterling Multi Asset Fund and Omnium Sterling Growth Fund to Rocq Capital Balanced Fund and Rocq Capital Growth Fund respectively.
Rocq Capital joins TMPI
Rocq Capital is pleased to have become a contributor to the Trustee Managed Portfolio Indices (TMPI).
Rocq Capital sponsors Set Sail Trust event
Rocq Capital joined forces with the Set Sail Trust enabling local children to experience sailing on board replica Pilot Cutters.
Rocq Capital is supporting ’30 Bays in 30 Days’
Take the plunge and sign up for the challenge!
Rocq Capital awarded the ‘ARC 3D Award’
Rocq Capital has received the ‘ARC 3D Award’ in recognition of its commitment to transparency and due diligence.
Rocq Capital’s Adam Cox explains the benefits of complementing traditional equity and bond investments with ‘alternatives’.
As bond markets approach what many perceive to be the end of a 30-year bull market and equity markets hit highs at the same time, the question on many investors’ lips is how they can protect capital if markets were to see a simultaneous fall in the value of both equities and bonds.
Rocq Capital is delighted to be involved with Wimbledon, the UK’s top hockey club and wishes them well as they take part in two prestigious tournaments.
Rocq Capital’s name features on the Wimbledon Hockey Club shirt as it takes part in the Men’s Euro Hockey League in Eindhoven, Holland over Easter and at the England Hockey League Finals in London the following weekend.
Wimbledon will be playing in its second European Championships and have been drawn against UHC Hamburg on Saturday which is being streamed live on ehlhockey.tv. The Londoners have been England Champions for the past two seasons and have topped the league this year which sets them up well for the play offs at Lee Valley against the other top English teams a week later.
Their squad includes six members of the GB Olympic squad from Rio 2016, James Bailey, Mike Hoare, Simon Mantell, Phil Roper, Henry Weir and Ian Sloane, most of whom remain in the central programme for Tokyo 2020.
Harry Bazzaz is joining as an asset manager
Harry has spent a number of years running a boutique investment management business since moving to the island in 2013. Prior to this, he worked at J.P. Morgan in London as a portfolio manager. Harry has an MA in Economics from the University of Cambridge, is a CFA Charterholder and also holds the Investment Management Certificate.
Stuart Perfitt Managing Director said “Harry’s arrival is significant as he joins a team that recently gained its independence and has ambitions to grow locally and internationally. His qualifications speak for themselves and his experience in asset management and securities broking are a perfect fit. We have known Harry for several years and identified the potential for him in joining us.”
Launch of Omnium Sterling Growth Fund
Rocq Capital is pleased to announce the launch of the Omnium Sterling Growth Fund.
The new fund launched on the 19th December is the second in the Omnium suite of funds, a sister fund to the Omnium Sterling Multi Asset Fund. The ‘Growth’ fund will typically have a high allocation to equities making it appealing to those investors who are looking for long term growth and are prepared to accept the volatility of equity markets.
Rocq Capital Holdings has announced that Mark Thompson has agreed to join its board as a Non Executive Director.
Stuart Perfitt, Managing Director of Rocq Capital said the Company was delighted Mark had agreed to join the board as he brings a wealth of experience that will be of enormous benefit with its future plans.