URUGUAY

BAF CAPITAL S.A.

Regulated by BCU (Banco Central del Uruguay) manages two collective investment schemes and has more than USD 1.3 Billion of AUM.

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Through the first collective investment scheme it provides short-term secured trade financing (USD denominated pre-export and import financing) to the agribusiness and energy sector in Latin America, while focusing on capital preservation and low volatility. The loan portfolio is highly diversified and the collaterals therein are mainly export contracts, warehouse receipts, accounts receivables, farmers' promissory notes and pledges.

 

 

Through the second collective investment scheme it provides medium-term secured financing to mid-to-large companies in Latin America focusing on the agribusiness, energy infrastructure and real estate sectors. 

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