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Entropics Asset Management – Cat bond investments
Cat Bonds are securities that transfer insurance risks from an insurer to the financial markets. This provides for insurance coverage for people and enterprises facing catastrophe risk. To investors, Cat Bonds offer an asset class with low correlation and historically good risk adjusted returns.
|Fund||Rate||Since start||One week||One year||Report|
|SEF Entropics Cat Bond (Class A)||98.00||-2.00%||-0.07%||-4.66%||Latest report|
|SEF Entropics Cat Bond Fund Class I (institutional investors)||95.66||-4.34%||-0.06%||-4.35%||Latest report|
Fund investments entail risk. The value of investments in funds can increase as well as decrease and investors can loose all or some of the investment. Historical return is not a guarantee of future returns.
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