The South Island Takahē is a flightless bird indigenous to New Zealand. Declared extinct in 1898, the bird was rediscovered 50 years later in 1948.

Resilient trading strategies have a clear rules-based design which depends on a limited number of inputs. The avoidance of parameter-overload enables these strategies to cope with our ever-changing market environments and withstand the many tests of time.

A strong and unique survivor, the South Island Takahē symbolizes our focus on robust trading strategies.

The image of the Takahē used throughout this website is officially licensed from Erin Forsyth.