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Rare Earth Elements Fund

‘Investing in the whole Value Chain of Technology Metals ’                             

The Rare Earth Element Fund is a niche fund under Swiss law* that invests worldwide in companies with activity in exploration, production, refinement, manufacturing, trading and recycling of Rare Earth Elements and associated metals (Lithium, tungsten, graphite, cobalt, hafnium, niobium, tantalum, molybdenum, scandium, titanium, zirconium, cadmium, gallium, germanium, indium, manganese , antimony).

 By respecting a Mine-to-Market concept the fund promises to benefit from the whole value chain. 

The strategy of the fund management is to invest into 30 companies worldwide that promise to be part of the leadership in the emerging REE industry, as well as in sectors of batteries for electric cars, in energy storage systems, wind turbines, maglev trains, aeronautics, robotics, and communications technologies. Close attention is paid to benefit from the whole value chain from “mine to market¨. As the REE universe and green energies are likely to undergo significant changes over the years ahead, a close monitoring procedure, supported by a scientific committee, is set up in order to anticipate new tendencies in the industry.

ethore SA acts as the geological advisory to the fund, while DOLEFIN SA acts as the Asset Manager. Banque Cantonale Vaudoise is the depositary bank and Caceis Switzerland the fund administrator. The fund offers weekly NAV and subscriptions and bi-monthly redemptions.

 


*The Rare Earth Elements Fund has been approved in Switzerland by the supervisory authority, the Swiss Financial Market Authority FINMA and is only distributed in Switzerland for Qualified Investors.

Swiss Fund for qualified investors only

 

ISIN        CH0 111 94 36 73

 

Bloomberg - CHF        RAEAELS SW

Bloomberg - EUR        RAEAELE SW

Bloomberg - USD        RAEAELU SW¨

 

 

Launch Date:        

31.05.2010                            

Asset Manager        

Dolefin SA

Geological Adviser

Ethore SA

Fund Management        

CACEIS (SWITZERLAND) SA        

Custodian

Banque Cantonale Vaudoise

Auditors

KPMG

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