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Resource #1: Cantillon Capital Management will shut two funds with a combined $1.35bn (€1.05bn) of assets because it cannot see how they can make money, Financial News reported.
New-York based Cantillon, set up by former Lazard hedge fund manager William Von Mueffling, “told investors it would close its $1bn technology and $350m healthcare funds, raising questions over high valuations in the two sectors,” the article said.

“For Cantillon to manage a fund, the investment universe must give us the opportunity to achieve annualised returns of at least 15%, net of all fees,” Cantillion said in a statement. “It may be difficult to achieve an acceptable rate of return for either of these products without taking a significant market risk.”


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