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Baring Asset Management – Baring Asia Hedge Select Fund

Wednesday, 23 April 2003

Type: Hedge fund of funds

Aim: Growth by investing in hedge funds

Minimum investment: $100,000

Place of registration: Dublin

Investment split: 100% in hedge funds

Charges: Initial up to 3%, annual 1.5%

Commission: Initial up to 3%

Tel: 020 7214 1900

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