Fine Wine as a Viable Alternative Investment Asset Class & Developing a Proper Investment Process for a Fine Wine Investment Fund

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This research project:
1) Investigates whether Fine Wine Investment (FWI) offers diversification benefits to traditional investment assets, i.e. Equities and Bonds? In particular, does FWI offer diversification benefits to investors investing in Chinese Equities?
2) Explores an appropriate methodology in managing a Fine Wine Investment Fund (FWIF). More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781301401154
About Terrace Chum

Terrace, the founder of Savoie Fine Wine Cellar in Hong Kong, is a graduate from Hong Kong's first ever cohort of Wine MBAs awarded by Bordeaux Management School. His Wine MBA
dissertation is “Fine Wine as a viable alternative investment asset class and Developing a Proper Investment Process for a Fine Wine Investment Fund". This thesis has been released in the form of an online book at www.smashwords.com.

He also holds an advanced certificate in WSET and is currently enrolling in the WSET Wine Diploma Program. Terrace is a Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst.

Prior to his role at Savoie, Terrace had worked as a Fund Manager for more than 17 years in Hong Kong, 11 of which was with Schroder Investment Management (HK) Ltd. specializing in Asian Equities. He was a Lipper Fund Award winner in 2008. Terrace is a Chartered Financial Analyst and holds an MBA degree in Finance from the University of Southern California.

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Review by: Karl Ng on Jan. 03, 2013 :
a guide book I would ask my client to read through for Fine Wine Investment / setup a Fine Wine Investment Fund esp in our locale
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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