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Regal Funds Management

Regal Funds Management is a specialist Alternatives investment manager. It was founded in early 2004 and is one of Australia’s leading investment managers servicing a wide range of institutional investors and high net worth individuals.

The investment team has extensive investment experience through many market cycles and a long track record of delivering superior returns for investors. Regal offers a range of products to suit different investment objectives.

For more information visit regalfm.com.

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