The investment manager has taken the time to consider one of the key dilemmas facing the asset class, valuation risk.
Although it appears to be a simple asset class there is a lot more involved to constructing a successful portfolio then just the LE’s. Clearly traditional forms of evaluating a performance of an investment will not give you the best assessment of investing in a life settlements fund. By not displaying a more holistic and asset specific valuation of the investment you are not doing the asset class any justice.
There are a few managers in the life settlements industry who have successfully mitigated the struggles of valuation in the industry and hopefully this piece manages to outline the complexities of valuations in the life settlements market.
To investigate this topic further please continue on to the Investment Manager’s Blog.
*This post originally published 13 April 2015
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