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Rosemount Global Trade Finance Fund

Tuesday, August 14, 2007
Trade finance - deals originated in the more developed, stable emerging global economies with the portfolios current accent being Eastern Europe and Latin America.

A SQUARE :: 14Aug07 Rosemount Global Trade Finance Fund
Category Trade Finance
Faculty Gary A. Corr
Expertise Trade Finance
Author Sona Blessing
Faculty Name
• The fund originates and participates in medium term, trade finance debt obligations issued by companies, financial institutions and sovereign entities
• Identify, structure and syndicate trade finance assets that can be purchased at terms that undervalue them
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