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Altin's portfolio reveals defensive use of diversification to beat economic turmoil

Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Beverly Chandler, Opalesque London: ALTIN AG, the Swiss alternative investment company listed on the London and Swiss stock exchanges, today disclosed its entire hedge fund portfolio holdings as part of its policy of full transparency to investors.

The diversified portfolio, featuring more than 30 underlying hedge funds and representing over 10 investment strategies, has a NAV performance of +162.85% since its inception in December 1996.

Portfolio as at 1st July 2012

Macro Strategy 20.30%

AlphaMosaic SPC - SP 127 Episteme Capital Partners LLP Systematic Quest Fund 3X, 1.43% Blenheim Global Markets Fund Ltd, 2.98% Comac Global Macro Fund Ltd, 3.91% Goldfinch Capital Management Offshore Ltd, 3.11% LD Commodities Alpha Fund Ltd, 1.65% The Clive Fund Ltd, 4.15% Two Sigma Compass Enhanced Cayman Fund Ltd, 3.07%

Managed Futures Strategy 1.27%

AlphaMosaic SPC - SP 10 Welton Global Directional 2X, 0.71% AlphaMosaic SPC - SP 73 Blackwater Capital Management LLC Global Program 2X, 0.56%

Credit Strategy, 7.89%

Claren Road Credit Fund Ltd Marathon Special Opportunities Fund Ltd R3 (C), Ltd

Convertible Bond Strategy

Aristeia International Ltd Lazard Rathmore Fund Ltd

Equity Long/Short Strategy

7H Absolute Arrow Offshore Ltd BlackRock......................

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