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Third Eye Capital launches alternative credit trust fund

Monday, June 17, 2013

From Precy Dumlao, Opalesque Asia – Ontario, Canada-based Third Eye Capital Management Inc.., has announced the launch of its credit trust fund, Third Eye Capital Alternative Credit Trust, an open-ended unincorporated investment trust.

The fund will be managed by Third Eye Capital that aims to achieve superior risk-adjusted returns with minimal volatility and low correlation to most other asset classes through direct investments in private secured loans of primarily Canadian companies.

"We are excited to be launching the ACT Fund for Canadian investors, an offering unlike any other in Canada," commented Arif N. Bhalwani, Third Eye Capital’s co-founder and CEO. "Against a backdrop of historically low interest rates and equity market volatility, the ACT Fund is an ideal investment for investors seeking yield, portfolio diversification, and unique total returns that are not available in the public markets."

Bhalwani added that each unit of the Act Fund will be initially offered at $10.00 until June 28, 2013, with a minimum initial subscription amount of $150,000 or $10,000 for subscribers who qualify as "accredited investors". The ACT Fund is only available to Canadian investors.

Third Eye Capital has generated exceptional returns for its investors since pioneering the alternative credit market in 2005. Third Eye Capital currently sub-advises the Third Eye Capital Credit Opportunities Fund in Luxembourg a......................

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