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Fund Management Made Simple Using Securitisation SPONSORED POST

January 2019 | Bo Wei Tang, FlexFunds


Securitisation is the issuance of tradable financial instruments backed by a single asset or a group of assets. Through securitisation, assets receive an additional layer of accessibility in the financial markets, allowing for the funding of an investment strategy, or for financing based on an organisation’s creditworthiness, cash flow and/or collateral. The result of securitisation is a tradable financial instrument that can be purchased globally through brokerage accounts.

How Investors Can Benefit from the Alternative-Beta Approach: A Practitioner’s Analysis SPONSORED POST

October 2018 | Alain Groshens, SystematicEdge


A key component of a robust systematic investment process to enhance risk adjusted returns.

Securitisation for Hedge Fund Distribution SPONSORED POST

September 2018 | Molly McVeigh, FlexFunds


Securitisation is the issuance of tradable financial instruments backed by one or a group of assets. Through securitisation, assets receive an additional layer of accessibility in the financial markets, allowing for the funding of an investment strategy, or for financing based on creditworthiness, cash flows, and/or collateral of an organisation. The result of securitisation is a tradable financial instrument that can be purchased globally through brokerage accounts.

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