Wild Fig Multi Strategy

The Fairtree Wild Fig Multi Strategy fund was launched in August 2010.

The Fairtree Wild Fig Multi Strategy QI Hedge Fund employs a fixed capital allocation approach, which is re-balanced monthly. The fund assumes exposure across Fairtree investment styles in the three asset classes: fixed income, commodities and equities.

Capital is allocated across the three asset classes, with an additional risk allocation introducing a further degree of gearing.

"Rule no 1: Never lose money. Rule No. 2: Never forget rule No 1."

Warren Buffett

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