ALTIN AG (AIA)
ALTIN AG was incorporated on April 2, 1892 under the laws of Switzerland. On 13 August 1996, it changed its name to ALTIN AG. The Company is a multi-strategy investment company aiming at generating stable annual returns in USD, with a lower volatility than equity markets. It effects the investment through its subsidiary, Altin (Cayman) Ltd. Its objectives are to deliver capital appreciation and to achieve a superior risk-adjusted performance with a low annualized standard deviation along-with the investment of its assets and the maximising of the long-term return to investors...
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