Global Opportunities Fund
The administrator of the Global Opportunities Fund formally announced the decision to close the Global Opportunities Fund on 17 December 2008. In 2009, three distributions were paid out to participants. In April 2016 an interim liquidation payment was distributed to participants.
The indicative intrinsic value of the Global Opportunities Fund is published at month end. The Fund Manager publishes quarterly reports. If important developments give cause for such, then an interim report will be published.
The value of the portfolio of the Global Opportunities Fund is formed by the Thielert claim (valued at zero) and the liquidities that are necessary to sustain the Thielert claim.
At this point in time it is unclear if and when the remaining part of the portfolio can be liquidated. Certain factors play a role in this situation which are mainly beyond the direct control of the administrator.
Net asset value *
|Net Asset Value 30 November 2017||€ 6.69|
|Net Asset Value 31 December 2016||€ 6.91|
|Net Asset Value December 2015||€ 28.87|
|Net Asset Value 31 December 2014||€ 4.83|
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* This is the net asset value before deduction of provisions taken. In 2009, three distribution payments were made from the Global Opportunities Fund for a total of €209 per participation. This is equivalent to around 90% of the intrinsic value of the Global Opportunities Fund as at 31 December 2008 (€ 230.97). An interim liquidation payment of Eur 21.50 has been distributed to participants on 18 April 2016.