Forsyth Partners has created two new share classes for the Cayman domiciled Forsyth Alternative Income Fund. The front end loaded AD and AR share classes will be offered in conjunction with the existing R and D share classes from 31 May 2007 and will be available in USD.

The Fund, which returned 12.47% for the year ended 31 December 2006 and 7.92% (annualised) from launch, was established in 2003 and aims to deliver strong total returns through a fund of funds approach.  The Fund invests in a diversified portfolio of hedge fund strategies and managers with a bias towards fixed income.

Forsyth Partners has over USD 1.8 billion in a range of Forsyth funds and managed accounts and advises on around USD 2 billion in advisory contracts.  With clients extending to over 600 companies in more than 55 countries, it has offices in the UK, Zurich, Sofia, Cape Town, Hong Kong, Seoul, Taipei, South America as well as Dubai.

Forsyth Partners' range of international offshore funds allows access to the complete range of asset classes including equities, fixed interest, hedge, property and commodities.  Forsyth Funds plc has two umbrellas; under the Forsyth Managed Selection Series the fund range includes international equity and bond funds. All are managed on a fund of funds basis.  The Forsyth Tailored Selection Series includes single manager funds and at present contains Forsyth Lodsworth Global Emerging Market Debt Fund and, in time, will hold other single manager funds.

Forsyth Partners also manages a full range of hedge fund of funds as well as the multi asset class Forsyth Managed Strategies series.


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