Global Trade Finance Fund
Our goal is to provide investors with an attractive risk-return profile of up to 7% per annum*, through exposure to competently sourced and structured global trade finance opportunities in the world of negative real rates. Capital at risk.
Our trade finance product is a new fund, launched in 2022. We will start publishing statistics as it matures. To review 3S Capital Partners’ broader performance, see our UK fund performance statistics.
This is a structured product over a year in the making, built on the same ethos as our UK High Income Fund (RE-Secured) which has a proven track record. Unlike a simple invoice discounting marketplace, our deals always have a collateral element at 80% LTV or less. We strive to provide enhanced returns, protected by secured lending.
Benefits for investors
Experienced in-house origination team
Transaction monitoring and security enforcement in partnership with 3S Money
High quality and reputable only off-takers further improve investor risk return
How it works
Invest a minimum of EUR 100,000*
Minimum investment term of 6 months
60 days’ notice is required for redemption
Subscription fee of 0.5% of the subscription amount
Redemption fee of 0.25% of the redemption amount
Management fee of 15% of the increase in the NAV (with no minimum fee)
No hidden fees
Investors may enter or exit the fund at the NAV at the time of their choosing**
* - net of subscription fee
** - Subject to the Terms and Conditions of the fund
3S Global Trade Finance Fund is a mutual fund administered by 3S Capital Partners B.V., both existing under the laws of the Netherlands and registered as the investment fund and the exempt manager with the Dutch financial regulator AFM. 3S Capital Partners B.V. is 100% owned by 3S Money, authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority under the Electronic Money Regulations 2011.
Capital at Risk
The value of investments, and the income or capital entitlement which may derive from them, if any, may go down as well as up and is not guaranteed; therefore investors may not get back the amount originally invested.
Past performance is not a guide to future performance, nor a reliable indicator of future results or performance.
You should not invest in any financial product unless you understand its nature and the extent of your exposure to risk. You should also be satisfied that it is suitable for you in the light of your circumstances and financial position.