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Blenheim Commodities Fund to shut as founder Kooyker retires

Most of Blenheim's investors have transferred their assets to a new fund, Valence Asset Management, headed by Kooyker's son, Terence and portfolio manager James Tatum

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When Mr Kooyker started Blenheim in 1989, the futures market for oil was still in its infancy.

London

BLENHEIM Capital Management, once the world's largest commodities fund, is being wound down as founder Willem Kooyker calls time on a 50-year trading career that earned him a gilded reputation in oil, metals and agricultural markets.

The majority of Blenheim's investors have...

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