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Trade

Global trade continues to grow at a remarkable pace. However the most pronounced growth in trade has taken place between China and Latin America with trade between the two regions growing by 50% this year alone. While trade continues to grow trade financing is still lagging with large financial institutions focusing on providing trade finance to the largest companies in Latin America and Asia which only account for approximately 15% of the total trade flow. This has created a unique opportunity to structure trade finance funds that will cater to smaller high quality companies that have been unable to get adequate financing to grow their international trade. These funds have very stable returns with a very low risk to investors as the majority of the financing is insured. We actively work with experts in this field to structure trade finance funds leveraging Chinese exporters as anchor investors while concurrently leveraging the low cost of capital that exists in Hong Kong today.

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