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05Feb10

[Asset-backed lending] A SQUARE: Asset backed lending in the small business space of the Americas
    J. Pablo Mariño, CEO Savile Finance Group, explains the firm's investment strategy

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22Jan10

[Art] A SQUARE: 2010 art market outlook
    Index development and fund launches in 2010

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15Jan10

[Environmental Investing] A SQUARE: Greentech investments
    Where is greentech heading in 2010?

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21Dec09

[Transportation] A SQUARE: Investing in shipping
    The state of the shipping industry and portfolio diversification with shipping stocks

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11Dec09

[Art] A SQUARE: The long term impact of equity prices on art prices
    The current market environment, a sample portfolio and long term price development

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19Nov09

[Collectibles] A SQUARE: Vintage Cars
    Developments on the market for rare automobiles, featuring Dietrich Hatlapa, Founder, Historical Automobile Group

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06Nov09

[Credit] A SQUARE: Micro-Finance
    The risks of investing in micro-finance vehicles

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22Oct09

[ETFs] A SQUARE: Exotic ETFs
    Exotic ETFs, the ETF market and a regulatory update

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09Oct09

[Art] A SQUARE: Art as an asset class
    Research, market overview and funds in the art market

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01Oct09

[Life Settlements] A SQUARE: Developments in the life settlement market
    Market overview, regulatory changes and investment opportunities in the field of life settlements

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21Sep09

[Wine Investing] A SQUARE: Opportunities in a recovering wine market – Is now the time to invest?
    The current prices for fine wine might provide a big investment opportunity

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07Sep09

[Water] A SQUARE: The state of the water industry 2009
    How has the water industry developed recently and what are the opportunities and risks for investors?

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13Aug09

[Film Financing] A SQUARE Special: Film/Entertainment led financing webinar download
    Have Film/Entertainment led financing strategies proved to be recession proof?

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30Jul09

[Full A SQUARE issue of the week] A SQUARE 30 Jul 2009
    

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[Life Settlements] Investing in a viatical policy
    In Canada there is no organised market for either product, so there is huge growth potential.

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[Asset Allocation] 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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[Renewable Energy] High yielding, stable, investment grade payment streams
    The USD3bn comprise about 600MW of solar projects, most of which are located in Europe ...

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23Jul09

[Full A SQUARE issue of the week] A SQUARE 23 Jul 2009
    

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