ABN AMRO Wind Total Return Index (Equity) – Open End Certificate
The index is a total return index , designed to reflect the performance of the securities of companies involved in the production of energy from wind or distribution of wind generators or services to the wind industry as determined by S&P.
Wind energy is booming around the world, with an average annual growth of over 28% in the last 10 years.
“… wind can supply more than 16% of global electricity needs by 2020. This would save 1.5 billion tonnes of CO2 emissions globally in 2020 and make a major contribution to fighting climate change”,…
Ferrari Leggenda e Passione Sale
"The sky is the limit!"... find out the secrets of valuation from auction guru Rob Myers vintange cars.
The auction of important Ferrari sports and racing cars hosted by RM Auctions in association with Sotheby's, made history of its own by recording USD46 mn in sales.
Setting several world records the “Ferrari: Leggenda e Passione” was highlighted by the exceptional USD9.3mn sale of the incredible Le Mans winning 1962 Ferrari 330 TRI/LM Testa Rossa (Chassis 0808) that was piloted to victory by world champions Phil Hill and Oliver Gendebien - one of the most valuable and important Ferraris ever offered at auction.
Oceanic Small Cap Fund
Small cap IPOs provide potential for exceptional returns in excess of those generated by larger cap companies in the same sector
A hybrid vehicle that invests in small, high growth shipping and energy companies which are preparing to be introduced to the stock markets as well as existing companies which are listed on "junior" markets or which are listed but not regularly traded and in those that lack the immediate liquidity and market size to be included in many portfolios
Systematic Absolute Return’s Survey Findings
ABL was preferred amongst the asset finance strategies. It was followed by PIPEs, ABS and ABI. At the tail end of the sample were CDO’s and MBS.
When compared with other hedge fund strategies, there is no real difference in how tail risk is defined in the asset finance space. A closer look at the tail events in certain option arbitrage strategies, tend to show a similar profile - high Sharpe ratios, no negative months, uncorrelated returns - until a tail event strikes. To make my point, it is the cause(s), not the structure of the outcome that tends be the real differentiator.