Highlights of Primus Balance Trust:
- No dual ownership concept
- Strict fiduciary duties
- The trustee is subject to a duty of confidence
- Licensed trustee
- The trustee is a NON-US person
- The corporate protector is a NON-US person
- Tax neutral treatment
- Tax compliance
- Tax free asset transfer
- Segregated bank and security accounts for the trust in the EU
- No publicly available information about the settlors and beneficiaries
- Monthly financial reports to the clients
|Low risk – Seeks higher yields than a risk-free yield and accepts losses and possible|
drawdowns in order to achieve higher profit. At the same time manages
total risk exposure through continuous risk management, which includes
investment limits, position size management and position stop loss orders,
to limit the downside (possible losses) of the investments.
|Total return. Both long and short positions are allowed.|
|Bloomberg Barclays Global-Aggregate Total Return Index (LEGATRUU Index).|
|Open FX position risk is allowed in the pre-determined currencies and FX pairs.|
|Maximum portfolio exposure:|
|Leverage is allowed, but the absolute value of all risk adjusted net positions cannot exceed 200 % of total net book value of the trust’s assets.|
|Maximum risk (stop loss value) on one single position:|
|0,85 % of total net asset value.|
|Applicable investment instruments:|
|– Fixed Income and floating rate debt securities (government bonds, treasury bills, notes, discount bills, MBS, corporate bonds, structured bonds, promissory notes).|
– Money market instruments (loan and deposit deals).
– Interest rate and bond market derivatives.
– Foreign Exchange market instruments and their derivatives (FX, FX forward, FX Swap, FX CFD, FX options).
– Collective investment schemes (Investment fund units, ETFs).
– Individual shares and their derivatives.
– Equity index derivatives and options.
– Commodity futures and derivatives.