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SRM EXODUS 60 FIC FIM

Definition

FIDCs consist of long-term investments that apply their resources to receivables such as trade discounts, exports, rents and payroll loans. It is an investment modality that is used for the application of more than 50% of its equity in credit rights and in securities representing such rights, originating from operations in the financial, commercial, industrial, leasing and service rendering segments.

 

For Whom?

Qualified Investor – According to ICVM 539 – 9B. The funds are classified as multimarket, and invest in senior shares and mezzanine of FIDC Institutional Exodus. The Redemption Period occurs 60 days after the request.

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SRM EXODUS 60 FIC FIM

Definition

FIDCs consist of long-term investments that apply their resources to receivables such as trade discounts, exports, rents and payroll loans. It is an investment modality that is used for the application of more than 50% of its equity in credit rights and in securities representing such rights, originating from operations in the financial, commercial, industrial, leasing and service rendering segments.

 

For Whom?

Qualified Investor – According to ICVM 539 – 9B. The funds are classified as multimarket, and invest in senior shares and mezzanine of FIDC Institutional Exodus. The Redemption Period occurs 60 days after the request.

Benefits

Possibility of investment in customized operations

Lower credit risk and higher estimate of post-default recovery when compared to traditional debt issues

Possibility of diversification in investments

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