MUNDUS BRIDGE FINANCE FUND

Mundus Bridge Finance seeks to generate a long-term stable return by investing in private debt securities of fast-growing alternative finance companies.

Target companies are expected to have limited access to traditional sources of financing, yet should be able to generate strong cash flow. The fund‘s managing company is participating in active strategic management of target companies, while maintaining liquidity provision with the help of revolving short-term financial instruments.

More information about the fund is here.

Mundus Bridge Finance fund is managed by asset management company Mundus. Its controlling stake belongs to INVL Asset Management. More information about Mundus is here.

 

When investing, you assume the investment risk. Past results of investments do not guarantee future results. Investments can be both profitable and loss-making, you may not obtain financial benefits and you may lose some of the invested amount.

Fund Mundus Bridge Finance is intended for informed investors. Only informed investors who meet the requirements stipulated in the Law on Collective Investment Undertakings Intended for Informed Investors and legal acts adopted by supervisory institutions on the basis of that law may acquire investment units of this fund. The right of investors in the fund to demand redemption of shares which they hold is partly restricted.

Before making a decision to invest, you should personally or with the help of investment advisors assess the selected fund’s investment strategy, applicable fees, and all risks associated with investing, and carefully read the prospectus, rules, main information document and other information connected with this subject of collective investment subject. You can get acquainted with these documents on the website www.mundus.lt.

All the information presented is of a promotional nature and cannot be construed as a recommendation, offer, or invitation to invest in units of the fund managed by Mundus, asset management company. The information provided cannot be the basis for any subsequently concluded agreement.