Darwinia 53

And the DarwinIA winners are… (February 2020)

2 March 2020

What a month! The 53rd edition of the DarwinIA capital allocation has come to its end. Here are the 80 winners of the maximum €5,000,000.00 notional AuM. We commit AuM for 6 months. We pay 20% success fee on profits and settle on a quarterly basis. Congratulations! Place DARWIN Equity multipl. Max. Allocation Real allocation 1. KRZ 30.00 300,000.00 € 110,167.13 € 2. […]

DarwinIA #52

And the DarwinIA winners are… (January 2020)

3 February 2020

The 52nd edition of the DarwinIA capital allocation has come to its end. Here are the 80 winners of the maximum €5,000,000.00 notional AuM. We commit AuM for 6 months. We pay 20% success fee on profits and settle on a quarterly basis. Congratulations!

Darwinia

And the DarwinIA Winners Are… (December 2019)

2 January 2020

The 51st edition of the DarwinIA capital allocation has come to its end. Here are the 80 winners of the maximum €5,000,000.00 notional AuM. We commit AuM for 6 months. We pay 20% success fee on profits and settle on a quarterly basis. Congratulations!

darwinia winners

And the DarwinIA Winners Are… (November 2019)

2 December 2019

The 50th edition of the DarwinIA capital allocation has come to its end. Here are the 80 winners of the maximum €5,000,000.00 notional AuM. We commit AuM for 6 months. We pay 20% success fee on profits and settle on a quarterly basis. Congratulations!

Darwinia winners

And the DarwinIA Winners Are… (October 2019)

1 November 2019

The October 2019 edition of the DarwinIA trading challenge has come to its end. Here are the 80 winners of the maximum €5,000,000.00 notional allocation for a period of 6 months. Congratulations!

Darwinia winners

And the DarwinIA Winners Are… (September 2019)

1 October 2019

The September 2019 edition of the DarwinIA trading challenge has come to its end. Here are the 80 winners of the maximum €5,000,000.00 notional allocation for a period of 6 months.

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