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47°N Innovation Fund

Wednesday, June 27, 2007
Fund offers diversification and global access to selected hedge fund managers that pursue strategies in new “alternative” investment areas.

A SQUARE :: 27Jun07 47°N Innovation Fund
Category Innovation
Author Sona Blessing
•areas of innovation include up-coming strategies, instruments, sectors; unveil opportunities in emerging markets
•targeted return of 15-20% (net of 1.25%/10% p.a. fees) with a target volatility of around 6-8%
•fund is designed to secure “first-mover advantage” that captures early market opportunities (inefficiency-premium)
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