We search the world for investment managers and strategies that aim to deliver robust risk-adjusted performance. The people and approaches we discover may not be well known in Canada, but we think they provide something remarkable – access to what’s next. Our job is to cut through all the noise of short term performance and extra risk-taking to discern real talent. Our clients appreciate being first to see compelling new approaches, even though some are complex or are limited in capacity. For more than a decade, the Next Edge management team has provided rare access to unique strategies before they became widely known.
With more than two decades of selecting and monitoring investment managers, Toreigh’s strongest suit is his passion for finding unique investment ideas.
Robert wears many hats; one of his key roles is listening to our clients to understand what’s missing in the marketplace. He works with top advisors and institutions.
David is responsible for the day to day operation of the firm, including product structuring, human resources, compliance and operations.
Cheng is responsible for financial management and reporting of the company and its funds, internal controls, and alongside the COO, David Scobie, operations and compliance.
Michaels 25 year’s options trading experience provides investors with unique exposure to alternative yield solutions.
Eden’s approach represents a progression in Investment solutions, applying options to source Income and returns through strategies not easily accessible to investors, while protecting their capital with hedges designed over his career.
TORONTO, September 24th, 2014 – Next Edge Capital Corp. (“Next Edge”) is pleased to announce the launch of the Next Edge Private Debt Fund LP (the “Fund”), an open-ended investment product that offers investors access to investments in secured, short-term loans. Says Toreigh Stuart, Chief Executive Officer of Next Edge, “There remains a void inRead More
US DOLLAR BID & COMMODITY CRASH IS A SYMPTOM OF A SHIFT: With the commencement of ‘Tapering’ bond purchases, the market interpreted this as tantamount to U.S. tightening policy while the rest of the world is easing. As would be expected, zero-yielding crowded assets with perpetual duration such as commodities or small cap stocks haveRead More