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Arden – which is run by chairman Howard Flight and chief executive Jonathan Keeling – said that, while trading in the first four months of its financial year had been satisfactory, it had an uncertain outlook for the second-half of the year.
The move to launch its own clearing unit next year and start moving business off LCH at that point comes after NYSE's rival, the London Stock Exchange, entered exclusive talks to acquire LCH in September last year.
It will be the first bank from China, the world's largest consumer of industrial raw materials, to become a member of the exchange that is the world's biggest marketplace for metals including copper, aluminium and nickel.
The fund received accolades in the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Europe for its three-year performance in the Equity Global category.
Globally, the outperformance of small caps has strengthened during 2012 as investors have re-examined the merit of small caps investing, in line with the return of investors' risk appetite.
The Bank was nominated in the category by the editorial staff of Infrastructure Investor and in an on-line poll conducted during December and January. More than 1,000 readers participated, with Deutsche Bank voted as the top Global Corporate Trust Service
Hedge funds, as measured by the Dow Jones Credit Suisse Hedge Fund Index, finished February up 1.61%; with 9 out of 10 strategies in positive territory;
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