Special Trade Option is a unique strategic trading approach. Through strict risk control measures, it can provide our customers with a reasonable rate of return in the short term.
The limited tranche trading approach used by the Special Trade Option has existed as early as the 1970s. Institutions that provide similar trading approach include governments, banks, insurance companies and asset management companies. The methods and standards of operation are different, especially the traded securities involved, the duration of stipulated period and the rate of return.
Special Trade Option trading process is segmented into three phases: Participation Phase, Vesting Phase and Returns Phase.
When participating in Special Trade Option, it is recommended that customers read the prospectus of the Special Trade Option, which contains information about the limited tranche. Important information mentioned in the prospectus include investment objectives, main investment strategies, risks involved, past performance, investment management, and campaign management.
After every Special Trade Option campaign, customers will receive the trading report of the result derived from the limited tranche. Important information mentioned in the trading report includes investment type/category, net asset value (NAV), fund size, campaign duration, and related fees involved.