Investment Return & Economic Development Fund
Develop long-term growth by strategic investments in companies and initiatives that are present in OECD operating countries taking on a statistical approach to ensuring world trade, socioeconomic development, and increased well-being; IR&EDF objectives are not guaranteed.
Glazier Sovereign Wealth Fund (GSWF) is a specialized portfolio of sovereign wealth fund resources, reserves, and the commodities that derive such assets. Subsequent to GSWFs, we offer the SWF Investment Return and Economic Development Fund (IR&EDF).
This high risk fund is pioneering data-driven investment into countries that partake as members of OECD (Organisation de coopération et de développement économiques, OCDE) that monitor on a monthly and annual basis for human development, well-being, the global market economy, and those invested in best practices for world trade. This also includes countries that are striving to be an OECD member country.
We pour our earnings from each Sovereign Wealth Fund into the reinvestment of countries exploiting the statistical monitoring of OECD tables to ensure that our investments correlate portfolio and asset management with economic performance and social progress -- notably the tables from the OECD.Stat and its Better Life Index as data that derives from the Secretariat and consequent Directorates.
As a data-driven company, we align ourselves with the progressive practices of OECD as a statistical agency; by utilizing their benchmarks of quantitative indicators to assist with specific, monitored areas of country development efforts and investment areas.
Our IR&EDF portfolios reflect batches of enterprising businesses and initiatives that are tied to the increased probability that OECD values on a monthly and annual basis would achieve positive growth and economic gains; examples include investments towards advancing military, economic, and energy cooperation and joint venture development into sustainable infrastructure (E.g Visegrád Group).
The benchmarks provided by OECD have not touched the investment and global asset fund management practices and therefore is open grounds for innovation and risk. Glazier’s IR&EDF funds will be modeling investment performance against OECD benchmarks as well as invest in companies that explicitly aim to challenge standard macroeconomic statistics to push the boundaries of personalized projections based on investment and development efforts.
By using our investment approach and align them to the statistical analysis provided by OECD: we are able to implement human development investment indicators that have never been realized. Our goal is to promote the practical application of OECD indicators to new investment opportunities; in doing so, we hold our leadership and investments accountable to stimulating economic progress and world trade.
We believe the benchmarks for human development at a macro and micro level can and will make explicit investment profits and proceeds that can scale across OECD member countries as the number increases each year.
Glazier Investments are not FDIC-insured; no investment is guaranteed by a financial entity and principal investments may be lost. Investors are solely responsible for their investment with one or more of Glazier funds. Each individual should carefully review all fund prospectuses, summaries, reports, statements, and policies; use of a financial professional or asset manager is also encouraged.
Emerging Market Funds are best suited for contrarian investors that can withstand volatility and risk related to political instability, currency fluctuation, commodities price variation, international finance securities regulations, periodic or temporary states of illiquidity, and other risks related to developing markets.
Performance benchmarks are proprietary; comparative indexes do not reflect accurate performance of each fund, portfolio, or investment. Index returns are limited to conveying capital gains and income generation dividends; index returns do not convey transaction or banking fees, trading/brokerage commissions, or other related expenses. No investor is able to make direct contributions to an index.
Glazier Group manages assets through three investment groups: Glazier Advisors, Glazier Investments, and Glazier Ventures. Each firm makes investments and proxy decisions independently of each other. While there is overlap between financial and investment professionals who provide research and asset management, all securities and equity considerations are done on behalf of each individual investment group and their portfolios.
All data is current as of February 15th, 2017 unless otherwise specified.
Fund inception: December 2016.
Returns are in USD.
Securities offered through Glazer Group, LLP. Glazier Mutual Funds are distributed through Glazier Securities Corporations.
Diversification across portfolios do not guarantee higher performance or decreased investment risk.
Investment objectives and performance of each fund, portfolio, and investment is not guaranteed.