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The firm's 1st co-mingled vehicle, the Asian Trade Finance Fund is an example of this unique strategy.
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Trying to reassure investors, sources with knowledge of the matter said to the ‘company say it is “financially sound and profitable” and that despite its uncertain ownership situation, “it’s business as usual.” Despite the company´s confidence, some of its main providers are not that convinced that Perry´s departure is not going to affect their business.
They pulled an estimated .2 billion from hedge funds globally in July, the most since February 2009, according to data from e Vestment.At the end of May 2012, Plainfield substantially completed the liquidation of the funds which it managed and deregistered.On June 8, 2011 The New York Times ran an article discussing the trend of hedge funds lending money to businesses who have been unable to secure loans from traditional lenders.In the article, Max Holmes warns of the dangers hedge fund may find themselves in when engaging in this practice, “The new funds rushing into direct lending now will learn the hard way that it is easy to make what appear to be sound loans as the economy is improving, but it becomes brutal to either collect the loans or foreclose when the downturn comes.” According to the same article: Plainfield's flagship fund witnessed 21.5% decline in 2008. and Attorney General's office were concluded and, according to HFM Week, the firm received a letter from the SEC indicating its investigation was concluded with no action to be taken.Following the firm's deregulation and liquidation, investigations into lending practices conducted by the S.