About Us

The Company was constituted on the 3rd December, 2015. The Company is a collective investment scheme established as a multi-fund investment company with variable share capital (SICAV) incorporated with limited liability under the laws of Malta and licensed by the MFSA under the ISAct. The Company qualified as a ‘Maltese UCITS’ in terms of the UCITS Regulations. The Company is expected to consist of several Sub-Funds, each of which will be capitalised through the issue of one or more Classes of Investor Shares. The capital raised for each Sub-Fund will be invested in line with its investment objectives, subject to its investment policies and restrictions.
The Algo Performance Fund is the first sub-fund of Investedge UCITS SICAV PLC (“The Fund”). The Fund is an umbrella fund structure with segregated liability between sub-funds and is authorised as a UCITS SICAV by the Malta Financial Services Authority in Malta. The Fund will conform to the European Community’s (EU) Directive 2014/91/EU of 23rd July 2014 amending Directive 2009/65/EC on the coordination of laws, regulations and administrative provisions relating to undertakings for collective investment in Transferable Securities as amended.
Quorum Capital Limited
The Investment Committee has appointed Quorum Capital Limited, with the day to day investment management of the Sub-Fund. Quorum Capital Limited is a London based investment management company authorised and regulated by the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)

The Fund

The Fund is a UCITS structured, Regulated investment vehicle established to capitalise on opportunities in the Markets.
UCITS (Undertaking for Collective Investments in Transferable Securities) has globally gained recognition almost like a seal of approval, as it offers investors assurance on:
High levels of corporate governance
Strict adherence to risk controls and careful observance of volatility
Experienced & qualified board of Directors
High levels of security with custody rules to ensure investor capital is secure with credible institutions
Regulation – As a regulated entity, the company must abide by rules to protect its investors

Why Malta?

Malta is a full European Union and Commonwealth member and an internationally recognised financial service centre
Benefits that Malta has to offer:
English law principle-based business legislation
Economic, political and social stability
Transparency and good corporate governance
Being regulated by the Malta Financial Services Authority
Hosts to over 580 investment funds with a combined net asset value of almost €10Billion ( source www.financemalta.ord/sections/funds )
Over 70 Double taxation agreements in place with other countries including the UK and the US.