Fidante Partners forms long term alliances with talented investment teams to create, support and grow specialist asset management businesses. Our deep experience in asset management, extensive network of investor relationships and solid operational infrastructure enables these teams to focus on what they do best: manage money. Our boutique asset managers include: Alphinity Investment Management, Ardea Investment Management, Avenir Capital, Kapstream Capital, Greencape Capital, Lennox Capital Partners, Merlon Capital Partners, NovaPort Capital, WaveStone Capital. For more information, see www.fidante.com.
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