Welcome to Tetragon Financial Group Limited ("TFG")

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Compliance with Applicable Laws and Regulations

The information on this website is for information purposes only. It does not constitute an offer to sell any security or investment product, nor does it constitute professional advice. Any product and service mentioned in this website are not offered to any person or entity in any jurisdiction or country where the advertisement, offer, solicitation, provision or sale of such product and service is restricted or prohibited by law or regulation or where TFG or any of its respective affiliates would be subject to any regulation or licensing requirement.

Users of this website are responsible for observing all applicable laws and regulations in their relevant jurisdictions before proceeding to access the information contained herein. By proceeding to access the information, users are deemed to have represented and warranted that the applicable laws and regulations of their relevant jurisdiction allow them to do so. No information contained on this website constitutes or would be deemed to constitute an invitation in any jurisdiction to invest or otherwise deal in the shares of TFG.

Restrictions on Ownership by U.S. Persons

The shares in TFG have not been and will not be registered under the United States Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the "Securities Act"). Consequently, shares in TFG may not be offered, sold or otherwise transferred within the United States or to, or for the account or benefit of, "U.S. persons" as defined in Regulation S under the Securities Act absent registration or an exemption from registration under the Securities Act. No public offering of any shares in TFG is being, or has been, made in the United States.

In addition, TFG has not been and will not be registered under the United States Investment Company Act of 1940, as amended (the "Investment Company Act"). Direct or indirect beneficial ownership of securities issued by TFG by any U.S. person who is not a "qualified purchaser" as defined in the Investment Company Act and applicable rules thereunder is prohibited. Under TFG's Articles of Association (the "Articles"), the directors of TFG may in certain circumstances compel the transfer of any TFG shares owned directly or beneficially by any person who is not a "qualified purchaser".

Furthermore, shares of TFG may not be held by any "benefit plan investor" that is subject to Title I of the United States Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, as amended. The Articles prohibit any ERISA Person (as defined in the Articles) from acquiring or holding shares of TFG. The consequences of failing to comply with this prohibition include the divestment of the relevant shares and the forfeiture of any dividends previously received with respect to such shares, as well as any gains from their disposition.

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The administrator for Tetragon (the “Administrator”) values the investments of the Master Fund on an ongoing basis. The NAV per Share is expected to fluctuate over time with the performance of Tetragon’s investments. The NAV of Tetragon and the Master Fund and the NAV per Share are determined as at the close of business on the last business day of each fiscal quarter (each, a “Valuation Day”) for purposes of calculating incentive fees.

As Tetragon makes all of its investments through the Master Fund, Tetragon’s NAV will equal the NAV of the Master Fund before incentive fees. The following valuation principles relate to both Tetragon and the Master Fund:

  • The values of Residual Tranches in Securitization Vehicles (each as defined on this website) are determined by reference to a third party valuation model that is used by both the Investment Manager and the Administrator. The model contains characteristics of the Securitization Vehicle structure, including current assets and liabilities and inception to date performance, based upon information derived by a specialist firm from the trustee reports. Key model inputs include asset spreads, expected defaults and expected recovery rates for the relevant category of underlying collateral held in the Securitization Vehicle. These inputs are derived by reference to a variety of market sources, which are used by both the Investment Manager and the Administrator. The model is used to project future projected cash flows which are discounted back to arrive at a fair value.
  • Other non-equity investments (i.e., rated tranches (as defined below)) in Securitization Vehicles are valued on the basis of the latest available valuation provided by an independent valuation agent.
  • Any security which is listed or quoted on any securities exchange or similar electronic system and regularly traded thereon is valued at its last traded price on the relevant Valuation Day or, if no trades occurred on such day, at the closing bid price if held long by the Master Fund and at the closing offer price if sold short by the Master Fund, as at the relevant Valuation Day, and as adjusted in such manner as the Board of Directors, in its sole discretion, thinks fit, having regard to the fair value of the security, and where prices are available on more than one exchange or system for a particular security the price is the last traded price or closing bid or offer price, as the case may be, on the exchange which constitutes the main market for such security or the one which the Board of Directors in its sole discretion determines provides the fairest criteria in ascribing a value to such security.
  • Any security which is not listed or quoted on any securities exchange or similar electronic system or if, being so listed or quoted, is not regularly traded thereon or in respect of which no prices as described above are available, is valued by the Board of Directors in good faith having regard to its cost price, the price at which any recent transaction in the security may have been effected, the size of the holding having regard to the total amount of such security in issue, and such other factors as the Board of Directors in its sole discretion deems relevant in considering a positive or negative adjustment to the valuation.
  • Investments, other than securities, which are dealt in or traded through a clearing firm or an exchange or through a financial institution are valued by reference to the most recent official settlement price quoted by that clearing house, exchange or financial institution. If there is no such price, then the average will be taken between the lowest offer price and the highest bid price at the close of business on any market on which such investments are or can be dealt in or traded, provided that where such investments are dealt in or traded on more than one market, the Board of Directors may determine at its discretion which market shall prevail.
  • Investments, other than securities, which are not dealt in or traded through a clearing firm or an exchange or through a financial institution are valued on the basis of the latest available valuation provided by the relevant counterparty.
  • Deposits are valued at their cost plus accrued interest.
  • Any value (whether an investment or cash) denominated other than in U.S. Dollars is converted into U.S. Dollars at the rate (whether official or otherwise) which the Board of Directors in its absolute discretion, deems applicable as at the close of business on the relevant Valuation Day, having regard, among other things, to any premium or discount which they consider may be relevant and to costs of exchange.

The Board of Directors or the Administrator, as the Investment Manager’s appointed designee, may, at its discretion, permit any other method of valuation to be used if it considers that such method of valuation better reflects value and is in accordance with good accounting practice. To the extent feasible, expenses, fees and liabilities are accrued in accordance with IFRS. Reserves (whether or not in accordance with IFRS) may be taken for estimated or accrued expenses, liabilities or contingencies. Where there is any conflict between IFRS and the valuation principles set out in Tetragon’s and the Master Fund’s Memorandum and Articles of Incorporation and herein in relation to the calculation of NAV, the latter principles shall take precedence. However, IFRS will take precedence for the purposes of financial reporting. Fully Diluted NAV per Share will be made available to Shareholders on a monthly basis through Tetragon’s website.

The information contained in this webpage supersedes any other disclosure by Tetragon or the Master Fund with respect to such information. Subject to the foregoing, additional information with respect to Tetragon’s or the Master Fund’s valuation policies may be found in each company’s annual audited financial statements.

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For further information on Tetragon, please contact our IR team:

+44 20 7901 8328