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Expertise with David Hu

Thursday, January 10, 2008
For traders, producers and processors, firmer commodity prices have raised their requirement for additional working capital, something that is definitely transpiring through our pipeline of deals.

A SQUARE :: 10Jan08 Expertise with David Hu
Category Trade Finance
Author Sona Blessing
Trade finance, as a strategy is much sought after by institutional investors for its ability to deliver returns that are uncorrelated with the
broader financial markets. This is a narrow segment that has its fundamentals in the real economy. Within that we have a narrower exposure to exports from Lat Am, which we are hoping to broaden to include other emerging markets as we grow.
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