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27Feb07

[Catastrophe Bonds] Diego Wauters Q & A
    Elaborates on developments in the catastrophe bond market- post Katrina.

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06Mar07

[Litigation Led Investing] Litigation investing
    The first in a series, that looks at the risk/reward profile offered by trust vehicles

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[Photography] Investing in photography
    And why “Australian photographs are a good buy”…

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[Timberland] Thomas Adams Q & A
    Shares his insights on returns that can be expected, different investment structures and the changes investing in timber has seen

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[Carbon Trading] Climate Change Investments
    A fund that invests in green house gas (GHG) emission credits compliant with the Kyoto Protocol and the EU Emissions Trading Scheme (EU ETS).

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13Mar07

[Litigation Led Investing] Litigation investing
    The second in the series …Sovereign Medicare Recovery Trust

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[Collectibles: Vintage Cars] Rob Myers Q & A
    Shares his insights on investing in vintage cars…

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[Foreign Exchange] FX check
    Allocating to currency will be seen as a vital component of any well designed investment portfolio … and more

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[Asset Backed Lending] Stillwater New Finance Fund
    Focuses on asset backed lending with a minority of the portfolio invested in asset backed securities

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20Mar07

[Micro Finance] Insights on global micro finance
    More on microfinance

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06Feb07

[Wine Investing] Fine Wine Fund
    For their five months and something -8.5% returns

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20Mar07

[Litigation Led Investing] Litigation investing
    The last in the series …Sovereign Litigation Investment Trust IV – specialises in patent infringements

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06Feb07

[Life Settlements] Life Settlements
    Drawing on 30 years of experience and expertise

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20Mar07

[PIPEs] Expertise on Private Investments in Public Equities (PIPEs)
    Mitch Hull separates the facts from the fiction in this promising space

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06Feb07

[Real Estate] Nomura Global Property 80% Protected Fund
    Access to commercial properties, with a built in capital protection mechanism

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[Infrastructure] INFRAX INFRASTRUCTURE TRACKER CERTIFICATE
    Access to the high potential infrastructure sector

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20Mar07

[Volatility] Da Vinci Fund
    The fund generates performance from volatility as an asset class

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30Jan07

[Platinum and Palladium] Platinum and palladium
    It's what pollution controlling- catalytic car converters are made from potential.

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