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Fabrizio Ladi BuccioliniABI

[13Jun07] Systematic Absolute Return’s Survey Findings
    ABL was preferred amongst the asset finance strategies. It was followed by PIPEs, ABS and ABI. At the tail end of the sample were CDO’s and MBS.

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Van Der Geer GerardusAgriculture

[18Jun09] Fund invests across the entire value chain
    Agriculture - has a history of structural underinvestment

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Tim HornibrookAgriculture & Real Estate

[23Jul09] An Australian Investment Opportunity
    The long-term capital appreciation of agricultural land is driven by the operating return that can be generated from that land

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Brett D. HellermanAlternative Alternatives

[27Jun07] Wood Creek Multi-Asset Fund
    "Our internal research indicates that an allocation of between 5-10% to alt alt investment strategies benefits most institutional investors’ portfolios. ..."

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Stephan TrufferAlternative Energy

[19Mar09] Renewable Technologies
    Most renewable technologies, in particular solar energy, today, are unable to compete on a cost basis with traditional forms of power generation.

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Angus MurrayArt

[23Apr09] Investing in a fund that will to a collection of museum-quality modern and contemporary art
    Art is an irreplaceable real asset - it traditionally provides protection against inflation

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Sergey SkaterschikovArt

[29Apr08] Art - Affiliated Investing
    However, with an exception of Sotheby’s, there is no large publicly traded company anywhere in the world that is representative of the art market segment.

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Philip HoffmanArt Investing

[23Jan07] Philip Hoffman Q&A
    

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Philip HoffmanArt Investing

[02May07] A Square’s Art Series with Philip Hoffman - III - Impressionists and Post-Impressionists
    Discovery of an unknown or lost work by a master or return to the market of a top painting - since the death of Ryoei Saito in 1996 the exact where-abouts of the Portrait of Dr. Gachet are unknown, and the return of such an important painting to the marke

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Philip HoffmanArt Investing

[24Jul07] A Square’s Art Series with Philip Hoffman - IV
    Increased wealth, education and interest in this area have laid the foundation for a strong market, going forward

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Philip HoffmanArt Investing

[31Jul07] A Square’s Art Series with Philip Hoffman - V
    Russian art has always played a major role in western art sales and collections, with the work of Kandinsky, Chagall, Jawlensky and Malevich consistently appearing at top Impressionist and Modern auctions. Now some of the names that were only well known i

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Philip HoffmanArt Investing

[18Apr07] ASquare's Art Series with Philip Hoffman - I
    Contemporary Art

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Philip HoffmanArt Investing

[25Apr07] A Square’s Art Series with Philip Hoffman - ll - Old Masters
    There is an equally strong market for Old Master works on paper, including drawings and prints, but the main market focus is still paintings

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Philip HoffmanArt Investing

[26Sep07] Art update with Philip Hoffman
    Art tends to be a long term investment. However, especially with Contemporary Art, it is possible to make very quick returns.

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Philip HoffmanArt Investing

[04Jun09] Art Investing in the Future
    The Group also intends to organize a consortium of investors to explore the option of acquiring Institutional Collections by the end of 2009

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Prof. Michael MosesArt Investing

[16Jan07] Prof. Michael Moses Q & A
    

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Sinikka DemareAsset Allocation

[30Jul09] Asset Liability Management (ALM)
    ALM embraces a multi-period approach which allows one to make an explicit trade-off between the long term goals and short term criteria

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Ed HornerAsset Backed Lending

[16Jan07] Eden Rock Structured Finance Fund of Funds
    

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George TintorAsset Backed Securities

[20Feb07] George Tintor Q & A
    George Tintor elaborates on asset-backed securities

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Andrew HoffmanAsset Based Lending

[22Apr08] Asset Based Lending Fund of Funds
    In its simplest form, the lender takes a first priority security interest in the collateral being financed

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Ernesto PradoAsset Based Lending

[29Aug07] Mont Blanc Select
    Offers access to a robust, diversified portfolio of non-correlated investments - primarily in the asset based lending (ABL) and highly collateralised asset space

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Ernesto PradoAsset Based Lending

[11Oct07] Where in the credit cycle are we?... with Ernesto Prado
    What is sure is that we have thus far, witnessed the technical deterioration.

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Ernesto PradoAsset Based Lending

[17Oct07] CDS Indices, strategies that have performed during the sub-prime crisis...
    Part II - Expertise with Ernesto Prado

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Matthew HoffmanAsset Based Lending

[08Apr08] The status quo & up-coming investment opportunities in asset based lending
    The opportunities are re-surfacing in the same asset based lending spaces, but it is the growth in the number of potential borrowers that has increased substantially.

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Santo VolpeAsset Based Lending

[13Feb07] Santo Volpe Q & A
    Elaborates on what it means to be a niche player in the context of Asset Based Lending

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Santo VolpeAsset Based Lending

[29Aug07] Expertise on Asset Based Lending with Santo Volpe - II
    How robust are ABL investments under the present market conditions

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Daniel RiedikerAsset based securities

[27Jun07] Valuation
    "One should not forget that certain financial institutions can value securities based on criteria other than mark- to-market, in particular if they intend to hold them to maturity. These valuations, of course can be very different to where a security

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Thomas G. SiskaBanking

[25Jul08] Separating banking functions from risk-taking activities
    If you can figure a way to rid the US of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) and the moral hazard it creates you will have solved the periodic Banking crisis that occurs

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Hanspeter OehriBehavioural Finance

[13Feb07] LGT Equity Funds Global Sector Trends
    A fund that uses a behavioural finance approach in portfolio allocation

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Jan LongevalBehavioural Finance

[10May07] Osiris Equities EMU Behavioural Value
    The fund is unique because it has managed to apply and convert behavioural finance concepts into behavioural investing

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