Maitri Capital

Ex-Nomura, JPM pro preps crypto launch

Dubai-based Thomas Caddick’s Maitri Token Fund is set to debut in Q1 2023 with capital from
a range of family offices, wealth managers and ultra-high-net-worth individuals from Europe,
Asia and the Middle East.

The Maitri fund’s asset allocation model pivots between liquid strategies during periods of
high volatility, aiming at 8-15% annualized returns, and into token and equity investments in
more favourable market conditions.

Maitri sources, analyzes and seeds blockchain projects with robust infrastructure and
consistent ROI.

Maitri is using Quay Partners for UK regulatory hosting, Sudrania Fund Services is admin, MHA
Cayman provides audit, with Fireblocks providing digital assets infrastructure. Cummings
Pepperdine is the firm’s UK lawyer, while offshore counsel is provided by Walkers.
The fund will charge 2/20 but will offer a discounted founders’ share class.

It is understood Caddick is working alongside senior venture capital investor Nikolai Gurskyi as

Prior to launching his own firm, Caddick worked as COO for a long/short quant firm called Q
Brands House, between 2017 and 2020.

Before that, he spent five years as CIO of a Monaco family office called Temsi Capital, where he
focused on private equity, equity capital markets, and arbitrage trading strategies.

He also spent over a decade in investment banking, including stints as head of Emea equity
sales and trading at CIMB in London, alongside senior equity roles for Nomura, South China
Securities and JPMorgan.