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  • Alternative investment fund established with the aim of investing in secondary transactions, with international geographical diversification.

  • Fund of Funds focused on investments in Private Equity, Infrastructure, and Private Credit, with a target global geographical diversification, primarily in Europe and North America.

  • First alternative investment fund reserved for Banking Foundations according to performance targets, liquidity, risk and consistent allocation with the indications of the Foundations themselves. The pre-identified asset classes contemplate investments in private equity, private debt and infrastructures having a predominantly international geographical focus, mainly in Europe and the United States.

  • Multi-manager investment program. It is composed of three pockets which can be accessed separately: Core (diversification by geography / strategy similar to the previous funds of funds), Credit / Distressed (targeted to investors who privilege liquidity), and Emerging Markets (targeted to investors who privilege high risk / return). Similarly to the previous funds of funds programs, the investment team focuses on early liquidity thanks to secondary transactions and credit funds that allow stable distributions.

  • Multi-manager fund reserved to qualified investors. Its investment strategy repeats the one of ICF III Core pocket.

  • Global private equity multi-manager fund, ICF II with equal geographical allocation among North America, Europe and Rest of the world. The portfolio has been diversified by strategy based on buyout, special situations, expansion and venture capital. Also this program has selectively completed secondary market transactions in order to support its cash liquidity profile.

  • The first global private equity multi-manager fund established by IDEA CAPITAL. It focuses on buy-out, venture capital, expansion and distressed funds. The program has allowed a good diversification by geography with approximately 40% allocation to Europe, 9% to the United States, 46% to the rest of the world, and a 4% global allocation. Thanks to its secondary transactions, the investment program was able to diversify extensively, returning to investors excellent cash liquidity. The portfolio vintages span from 2000 to 2010.

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