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Unique Strategies - Part II, FoF

Wednesday, November 14, 2007
A FoF that identifies “unique risk premia” and invests in “emerging strategies” such as reinsurance, energy and asset backed investing.

A SQUARE :: 14Nov07 Unique Strategies - Part II, FoF
Category Exotic Betas
Author Sona Blessing
Access to a broad range of uncorrelated risk premia
Fund management expertise - (draws on team’s multi-disciplinary skill pool)
Ability to originate new opportunities to capture or provide liquidity
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