Scaramucci’s SkyBridge Is Still Down by Double Digits — But It’s Inching Back

In an ironic twist, the funds that dragged it down earlier this year are now making the gains.

Anthony Scaramucci. (Cole Burston/Bloomberg)

Anthony Scaramucci.

(Cole Burston/Bloomberg)

After a disastrous March that left it down almost 23 percent for the year, Anthony Scaramucci’s SkyBridge Capital is slowly coming back. It gained 2.04 percent in the first 12 days of June, according to a recent report to investors.

The fund was up more than 3 percent for the month as of June 23, according to an individual familiar with the matter.

SkyBridge, which was dominated by hard-hit structured credit funds when the coronavirus crash occurred, has been shaking up its main portfolio, called Series G, and...

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