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Pictet Water Fund

Tuesday, January 16, 2007
Focus: almost 70% of the portfolio is allocated to the water sector, in particular to those players that have a presence in global water infrastructure and in companies that build, operate and maintain the same.
Strengths: pioneer in the fi.

A SQUARE :: 16Jan07 Pictet Water Fund
Category Renewable Natural Resources
Faculty Hans Peter Portner
Expertise Water (equity) investing
Author Sona Blessing
Faculty Name
Focus: almost 70% of the portfolio is allocated to the water sector, in particular to those players that have a presence in global water infrastructure and in companies that build, operate and maintain the same.

Strengths: pioneer in the field; high level of expertise
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