Mulvaney Capital Management Ltd Global Diversified Program *QEP*

Mulvaney’s proprietary trading program invests in futures contracts linked to commodities and financial assets listed on regulated exchanges around the world. The program invests in over 45 markets. The program takes a long-term approach to capturing trends and holds positions, on average, for six months. This long-term perspective reduces the likelihood of being shaken out of long-term trends by short-term price fluctuations. The trading is systematic and driven by objective market price data. It is designed to generate returns in all market conditions by taking long or short positions across a diversified range of futures.

Year or YTD Program SP500 TR
2016 -1.81 11.98
2015 -0.77 1.41
2014 67.38 13.69
2013 43.11 32.41
2012 -33.74 15.98
2011 -5.26 2.12
2010 34.90 15.06
2009 -5.89 26.45
2008 108.87 -36.99
2007 -23.14 5.50
2006 21.94 15.79
2005 32.34 4.89
2004 -0.10 10.87
2003 29.30 28.69
2002 19.37 -22.10
2001 6.69 -11.88
2000 24.51 -9.09
1999 1.09 11.01
Average 17.71 6.43
Manager Name: Mulvaney Capital Management Ltd
Address: 62-64 Cannon St., Cannongate House, 5th Floor
City: London
Zip: EC4N 6AE
Country: United Kingdom

Paul Mulvaney graduated from Manchester University in 1985 with a First Class Honours degree in Computer Science & Mathematics. He completed the one-year Management Science program at Imperial College, London in 1986, earning an MSc with Distinction. The focus of his Master’s thesis was computerised arbitrage models for interest and exchange rate trading. After university, Paul held posts in derivatives and foreign exchange trading at Midland Montagu, Bankers Trust Company and NatWest Markets before joining Merrill Lynch in September 1993. At Merrill Lynch he managed several of the firm’s major options portfolios, including Global Foreign Exchange Options and Exotic Commodity Options. Mr. Mulvaney left Merrill Lynch in 1999 in order to found Mulvaney Capital.

Richard joined Mulvaney Capital in August 2009, and is responsible for the Finance, IT, Treasury and Office Management functions. Richard began his career at Standard Chartered Bank before joining ABN Bank (subsequently ABN AMRO) in 1987, where he worked in a wide variety of finance roles supporting the Investment Banking and Private Client divisions. In 2000 Richard transferred to ABN AMRO Asset Management, becoming UK Head of Finance in 2004. Richard is a member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants.

Dudley joined the Board of Mulvaney Capital as a non-executive Chairman in April 2011. Dudley has broad experience in corporate governance across the world. He retired from the Board of HSBC Bank plc in 2009. He has been Executive Editor of The Economist, on the Board of Overseers of Harvard University and Member of Parliament for Kensington. He is currently a Director of Philip Morris International Inc. Given a longstanding interest in higher education, he chairs the Visiting Committee to the Cambridge University Library and is a Trustee of the Centre for the Advanced Study of India at the University of Pennsylvania. He is currently Chairman of Henderson’s Smaller Companies Investment Trust plc and of a private IT company, Bluecube Technology Ltd.

Alistair joined Mulvaney Capital in August 2008 and has responsibility for advising on legal and regulatory matters. Alistair is the Compliance Officer and Company Secretary. Prior to joining Mulvaney Capital, Alistair was Deputy Head of Legal at Threadneedle Asset Management (November 2006 to August 2008). Before this he was a senior legal consultant to Merrill Lynch’s Global Private Client business in Europe and the Middle East (April 2005 to September 2006) and European Counsel to Morgan Stanley’s Private Wealth Management business in Europe (September 1999 to April 2004). Alistair has also held senior legal roles at Gartmore and Lloyds TSB. Alistair graduated from the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth in 1983 with an honours degree in Economics and Philosophy. He received an M.A. in Business Law from the Polytechnic of Central London in 1986 and was also called to the Bar of England & Wales that same year.

Mary Jo joined the Board of Mulvaney Capital as a non-executive director in January 2010. Mary Jo Jacobi has more than 30 years’ experience in the financial services, energy and public sectors in the UK and USA. She currently is Executive Vice President, BP America and the Gulf Coast Restoration Organization and chairs The idm Group and the Forensic Science Service’s Independent Advisory Group. She is a Civil Service Commissioner and chairs a variety of not-for-profit boards. Previously she was a senior executive of Royal Dutch Shell, Lehman Brothers, HSBC Holdings and Drexel Burnham Lambert. She has been a Non-executive Director of Tate & Lyle and was the first woman to chair the Board of the Ladies Professional Golf Association. In addition she was a senior appointee of two American Presidents: she was Assistant Secretary of Commerce for George H W Bush and Special Assistant to Ronald Reagan, who also appointed her to his Advisory Committee on Trade Negotiations.

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