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In addition to the Portfolio Café, Aduro’s custom product development team has focused on three core areas of product architecture: liquidity, opportunistic equity, and portfolio customization / asset preservation. Utilizing a Segregated Portfolio Company (SPC) structure the AAG platform provides maximum flexibility for portfolio clients. Investors have an opportunity to employ:
( i ) a single asset class,
( ii ) a combination of asset classes, or
( iii ) a diversified alternative portfolio of alternative asset classes
The liquidity portfolio provides a shorter investment horizon in order to meet client needs for near term liquiditycash flows. The portfolio strategies include but are not limited to: currencies, macro discretionary, and options arbitrage.
With significant compression in domestic and international asset prices, the “opportunities” portfolio includes but is not limited to: private placements in public equities (PIPEs), late stage venture capital, and asset based lending.
Portfolio Customization / Asset Protection
Customized alternative portfolios, including solutions for “principal protection”, are provided based on client demand and prevailing market conditions. The following figure illustrates varied product parameters in the development process.
AAG’s product development team is committed to providing intuitions institutions, family offices, and select qualified and/or accredited individuals with unparalleled alternative investment solutions.
*Note: the contents of this webpage is provided solely for informational purposes only and may not be construed as an offer to buy or sell, or a solicitation of any offer to buy or sell any financial instrument or to engage in any particular trading strategy or as an official confirmation of terms. Investors must make their own investment decisions using their own independent advisors while considering their own financial situation and investment objectives. AAG and its affiliates do not act as a financial adviser or as a fiduciary in respect of any transaction unless such entity expressly agrees so in writing. This webpage may not be relied upon as investment, accounting, legal, regulatory or tax advice or an investment recommendation. Financial instruments of the type described herein may involve a high degree of risk and their value may be highly volatile. Such risks include, without limitation, risk of adverse or unanticipated market developments, risk of counterparty or issuer default, risk of adverse events involving any underlying reference obligation or entity and risk of illiquidity. In some financial instruments, counterparties may lose their entire investment or incur an unlimited loss.