Samson Capital Advisors is looking to beef up its portfolio with currencies from “strong” nations via its latest offering, the Samson STRONG Nations Currency Fund.
According to a filing, the fund will bet on currencies of countries that share the following characteristics of “sustainability”, “transparency”, “regulatory quality”, “openness”, “national fundamentals” and ‘governance”. The universe of STRONG nations from which the Adviser will make its investment selection for the Fund is composed of the current 34 Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development member countries including Canada, Japan and the United States.
It sports a net operating expense of 100 basis points for Institutional Class shares and 135 bps for Investor Class shares.
Portfolio manager Jonathan Lewis was not immediately available for comment on the firm’s latest offering.