Tim Tacchi

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Timothy Alexander Tacchi (born 1955) is the founder of the hedge fund TT International. [1] [2] Before establishing TT International in 1988, [3] Tacchi was an Investment Director with Fidelity International. [4]

Tacchi is the owner of the Testbourne Estate, Longparish in Hampshire, England. [5] In 2016, he was in dispute with neighbours over their plans to extend their home. [6]

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