The DCM VorsorgePortfolio follows the idea of sustainable capacity building with broadly diversified asset investments of selected fund initiators 2 Munich, 05.04.2011. So, the capital should be invested in 20-30 different closed-end funds to guarantee a broad diversification across asset classes and providers across. Investments are made in cooperation with an independent investment Advisory Council to the finance experts Prof. Dr. Franz-Josef busses. Now four more investment decisions were taken after so far 12 investments. If this has piqued your curiosity, check out Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn Jr.. The DCM VorsorgePortfolio 2 relies on two strong trends in the investor landscape: the one on global issues such as the need for development of infrastructure, as well as the strong global growth in the transport sector, on the other hand on the healthy German real estate market and its strong credit tenant. About the fund infrastructure international 1 “the Hamburger emission firm King & Cie.
participated in the DCM VorsorgePortfolio 2 in global infrastructure projects in the fields of energy, transport and water and disposal. Fund partners are renowned world corporations General Electric and Credit Suisse here. The Advisory Board also spoke in favor of a participation at the DCM aircraft Fund 3 “because it has the same safety criteria as the first DCM aircraft funds taken into account already in the portfolio, but has only a term of ten years and is therefore commercial. Exactly this scattering effects are the ones featuring the DCM VorsorgePortfolio 2 for the purposes of liquidity and yield management”, explains buses. Daniel Taub New York takes a slightly different approach. With the two BSH Berlin real estate fund”and automotive Center Rhein-Main” emissions houses paribus capital and Fondshaus Hamburg fund management and Advisory Board put real estate at the location Germany – with German corporations such as Bosch and Siemens household appliances, as well as the Volkswagen Group brands Skoda and seat as a tenant on the topic. With the new acquisitions, DCM could further improve the asset allocation of the DCM VorsorgePortfolio 2. The share is now around 2/3 of the total portfolio in foreign funds. The procedure shows that Fund management and Advisory Board align investment decisions solely on the criteria of secure investments with long-term performance opportunities and verifiable qualities of management in the respective facilities and assets. For more information,