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Summarizing the latest regulatory development in the trade finance sector and introducing the Barak Structured Trade Finance Fund.

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Category Trade Finance
Author Florian Guldner
Institutional investors might benefit from the impact of Basel III on trade finance funding. Also introducing Barak Fund Management's Structured Trade Finance Fund, which delivered double digit returns since inception with virtually no volatility.
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