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Laureate BVI hedge fund generates high return

According to Hedge Fund Research, Laureate BVI, British Virgin Islands-registered fund engaged in hedge fund management and run by Peter Tasca, this year has generated 15% return, adding to the 18% that was generated last year. The Research reports that in the third quarter of 2013 hedge fund assets have surged to a record of $2.51 trillion.

Hedge Fund managers including Peter Tasca of Laureate BVI have each generated double-digit returns since the beginning of 2013. Mr. Tasca in May issued a buy recommendation on Facebook, which has generated 79% return year-to-date.

For investors looking to invest in a hedge fund with a low initial investment, Laureate BVI offers a non-institutional fund. The minimum investment is only €2,500.00 and it offers the same transparent, cost-efficient investment model as the institutional fund.

Tasca states, “We have had a lot of interest in our retail fund, investors want the opportunity to test the waters before they make a substantial commitment.” Laureate BVI’s retail fund has partnered with such clients as HSBC, Citco Bank and Asholt Investments.

Overall, as the markets continue to stabilize and produce returns for investors, hedge funds will continue to grow with assets poured into them.

BVI-registered trust gains 3.2 per cent revenue

The British Virgin Islands-registered Laureate Trust (http://www.laureatetrust.com/), engaged in hedge fund management, showed good results for March 2010, having outperformed the hedge index for a third consecutive month. During March, BVI company’s returns jumped 3.2%.
With year-to-date returns of 5.84%, Laureate Trust is ranked in the upper 10 per cent of the top performing hedge funds worldwide. In 2008, Laureate Trust returned 42 per cent due to its market neutral strategy, and in 2009 it returned 33 per cent.
In February 2010, the BVI trust which only accepts €1 million minimum investment into its funds, launched a retail fund with a €2,500 minimum investment. Trust’s CEO Peter Tasca said in his comments: “We’ve had huge demand for our retail fund. We’ve spoken to investors that have lost anywhere from €30,000 to €30,000,000 over the last two years and want a fund that can profit in any market environment.”

The British Virgin Islands-registered Laureate Trust, engaged in hedge fund management, showed good results for March 2010, having outperformed the hedge index for a third consecutive month. During March, BVI company’s returns jumped 3.2%.

With year-to-date returns of 5.84%, Laureate Trust is ranked in the upper 10 per cent of the top performing hedge funds worldwide. In 2008, Laureate Trust returned 42 per cent due to its market neutral strategy, and in 2009 it returned 33 per cent.

In February 2010, the BVI trust which only accepts €1 million minimum investment into its funds, launched a retail fund with a €2,500 minimum investment. Trust’s CEO Peter Tasca said in his comments: “We’ve had huge demand for our retail fund. We’ve spoken to investors that have lost anywhere from €30,000 to €30,000,000 over the last two years and want a fund that can profit in any market environment.”

The launch of the BVI-registered fund

World Property and Commodity Fund, established in the British Virgin Islands, carrried out the launch which was formally announced on 4 July 2008, and which will allow individual investors to access the potential of real estate boom in emerging markets of Asia and Middle East. The fund will balance its investments in both property and commodity sectors of real estate markets.

The Managing Director of the BVI fund will be Terence Cheshire who had been successfully investing in property in the emerging markets for a number of years, together with his partners. Now, when the fund is formed, greater number of investors will be able to participate in the real estate development. The World Property and Commodity Fund will allow individual investors to participate in amounts as small as $10,000 through the series of feeder funds that are investing solely in the parent fund. It will give the opportunity for individual investors to invest in the early rounds of big property projects, while the early rounds are most profitable in the emerging markets.