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What We Do
We operate in Fund Management, working alongside different financial operators, and Wealth Management, providing a large variety of strategies based on selected risk profile and various investment categories.
We provide a full range of services to both corporate and private equity clients.
Our team provides sales, trading and corporate broking/finance.
We offer crowdfunding service through our partner platform.
Euronext Listing Sponsor
We assist and support a company in the preparatory activities for admission on Euronext market.
On 14th February 2020, we has been awarded by the Euronext Board with a Listing Sponsor accreditation.
Appointed Representatives are firms or persons who perform regulated activities under the umbrella of their principal firm (Pairstech Capital Management LLP), which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
Aleph Finance (“Aleph”) is pleased to announce that at the FinLantern’s Quant 2022 event, the Flex Quantitative HR6 fund, for which Aleph is delegated investment manager, was awarded second place at the 9th Diaman Awards in the FoFs Flexible category.
Pairstech Capital Management LLP is pleased to announce that as of 28th of July 2021 it has received approval from the Italian regulator Consob as Third Country Investment Firm, in order to perform, inter alia, Portfolio Management and Advisory Services vis-à-vis professional clients ex lege.
On 11th of June 2021, Pairstech Capital Management LLP (the Company) has appointed a new Executive Committee (EC), composed by Andrea Sprizzi, Emanuele Rigo and Marc Miranda.
Portfolios & Market Update
Concerns about inflation and growth continue to be the major concern of investors. Important data to keep an eye on, therefore, is the Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI), published today by IHS Markit (S&P Global). The extent to which the war in Ukraine and lockdowns in China are causing supply chain disruptions and increasing inflationary pressures are reflected in the index.
Today’s focus is on US inflation data, which are highly anticipated by market operators. The April CPI was expected to slow down, which may suggest that the peak has been reached. The inflation index was reported a week after the Federal Reserve announced a 50 basis point rate hike and a similarly sized hike at the next two policy meetings.