Peregrine will look to expand the Cambridge-based asset manager's profile across Europe and strengthen its brand among institutional investors.
Anthony Payne, CEO of Peregrine, commented: 'We want to work with the stars of the investment management world and clearly Cantab perfectly fits that description. It has a real investment edge and we want to help it communicate this to a wider group of investors.'
Peregrine picked up the brief via a competitive pitch.
Genia Diamond, head of business development at Cantab Capital, said that Peregrine 'has shown a true understanding of the asset management business as well as the systematic investment style'.