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Libero Development Fund beats 12 per cent net return objective

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The Libero Development Fund has beaten its objective of a return of 12 per cent net per annum for investors, returning 12.6 per cent.

Founded by asset management professionals Mary Murphy (pictured), and Iain Cahill, the fund is now in its third year of trading. It actively creates and trades, through private placement, European Medium Term Notes (EMTNs), bonds and structured notes. All of the securities are issued by investment grade institutions.
“It is very rewarding to be able to deliver on our objective for our clients,” says Murphy, Managing Director of the Libero Development Fund. “As we continue to perform and to grow our AuM, we see this fund as playing an important part in the investment portfolios of institutions and professional investors.”
The Fund is part of a growing range of investment vehicles planned by the firm designed around the principles of consistent, uncorrelated returns.
“If anything, the ever-changing investment landscape continues to enhance the appetite from investors of a fund like the Libero Development Fund,” says Cahill, Investment Manager. “We have been very pleased to demonstrate to our investors that we can deliver on our 12 per cent objective during choppy times for public markets.”
The award-winning Fund is an Isle of Man company, operating under the Collective Investment Schemes (Specialist Fund) Regulations of 2010. Its objective is to achieve consistently positive returns with low risk and low volatility in all market conditions. The Fund only recognises income earned and does not include unrealised gains in its monthly NAVs.
All Libero’s funds are offshore, non-US investor funds offering a flexible framework for professional investors. The firm works with family offices, funds of funds and sophisticated investors that are seeking a real alternative to cash or bond equivalent low risk strategies while seeking strong capital growth or income.

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