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Tower House Partners LLP is a UK based limited liability partnership that manages Tower House Fund Limited.
The firm pursues a long/short equity strategy. The Code is therefore relevant to some aspects of its investments in single equities. In compliance with the aims of the Code, we seek to enhance the quality of engagement with companies to help improve long-term returns for its clients, and generally support the aims and principles of the Code.
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