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Stellar’s inaugural fund to exploit Baltic States

Stellar Asset Management’s first launch is its Stellar Baltic States fund that will allow investors to exploit opportunities emerging from Eastern Europe.

The fund will look at the developing property market in the Baltic States working in partnership with Baltic property specialist Bristol and Stone and Capital City Developments.

The fund’s investment strategy is to develop a diversified portfolio aimed at providing asset growth over the short to medium term, exploring development and planning changes as well as more conventional opportunities.

The fund will seek annual total returns to investors of 15 per cent, will be a closed-ended limited partnership and is looking to raise £10m.

Minimum investment is £25,000 and initial commission rates of 4 per cent and 0.5 per cent trail are available for advisers.

Chief executive Jonathan Gain says: “This is a particularly exciting venture as the fund has been seeded with six properties, allowing investors entry at the original purchase cost. There is a window of opportunity to invest before the first valuation at which time there may be an uplift in value.”


Baltic fund aims for 15% return

Stellar Asset Management’s first fund, Baltic States, focuses on Eastern Europe opportunities, looking for annual total returns to investors of 15 per cent. Minimum investment is £25,000.

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