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A fund that invests in life settlements

Wednesday, February 13, 2008
Trade Endowment Policies, TEPs - are still available to investors at a deep discount from their expected maturity values.

A SQUARE :: 13Feb08 A fund that invests in life settlements
Category Life Settlements
Author Sona Blessing
Performance is uncorrelated to equities and bonds
The market is now starting to show signs of maturity as a major investment class
The introduction of adequate regulatory codes covering the Trade Life Policies, TLP, market in an increasing number of US states is also likely to contribute to that growth potential by providing an environment in which the market can flourish
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