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Trade Finance Hedge Fund: An alternative asset class amidst the rising yields environment

Trade finance hedge funds have gained traction over the recent years, driven by investor demand for alternative asset classes with low volatility and consistent return, as well as low correlation against the broader financial market. The sector began its rapid growth following the global financial crisis in 2008, when banks started reducing their trade finance exposure to meet Basel III capital requirements.

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