Pouncil Capital is a global multi-strategy investment manager that is focused on delivering consistent higher than average, risk adjusted returns with low market correlation and limited downside risk
To systematically capture relative value and statistical arbitrage opportunities present in the market. Relative value opportunities exist when asset prices are significantly different from their fair value. Stat arb opportunities exist when expected payoffs and the odds of success are significantly in one’s favor
Seek consistent long-run performance through adaptive portfolio rebalancing geared towards the full spectrum of market event dynamics. Pouncil’s investment process is fine tuned to evaluate intra-day, daily, weekly and monthly information flows to ensure optimal positioning and risk management responsiveness in real-time.
Execution & Risk Controln
Pouncil Capital utilizes advanced pre-trade, execution and post-trade transaction cost analysis systems to ensure best execution, minimize market and reduce impact and information leakage. Risk is managed rigorously and continuously to mitigate the influence of unforeseen and exogenous events, and to ensure that draw downs never exceed predefined thresholds
Co-invest with Pouncil Capital
A commodity pool is a private investment structure that combines investor contributions to trade the futures and commodities markets. The commodity pool (Pouncil Capital) is used as a single entity to gain leverage in trading, in the hopes of maximizing profit potential.
Separately Managed Account
A Separate Managed Account with a CTA (Commodity Trading Advisor) is functionally very similar to a self-directed trading account. Often with the help of an Introducing Broker like Pouncil Capital, you (the investor) open and own an account held at a futures clearing firm. This account is managed by a third party known as a Commodity Trading Advisor. All accounts managed by that CTA are separate from one another; your money is not pooled with the next investor using the same CTA. Through a limited Power of Attorney, the CTA exercises trading discretion over your account. You receive account statements in the same way as if you were trading your own account even though the trades were done by the CTA.
This may sound obvious, but as the account owner, you own the futures contracts held within your account. The profits are yours, but so are the risks. The CTA cannot move money in or out of your account with the exception of charging fees.