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Octave Transportation Fund

Wednesday, April 18, 2007
Blends expertise in asset securitisation and the transportation sector to deliver steady returns.

A SQUARE :: 18Apr07 Octave Transportation Fund
Category Transportation
Author Sona Blessing
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The fund invests in asset-backed loans, future-flow financings, secured bridge loans or mezzanine debt, preferred stock, equity, equity-derivatives,equity kickers, warrants, and options of companies in the transportation sector that generate consistent and dependable cash flows derived from railcars, ocean vessels, aircraft etc.

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