TCX welcomes professional investors from outside the United States to share in its activities and utilize its hedging capacity to support local currency investments with local clients.

TCX’s hedging capacity is preferentially allocated to its investors, their clients and parties introduced. Most investors participate in TCX for strategic reasons, to hedge frontier market currency risk to support their business interests. By providing its investors with the ability to transfer their local currency risks to a centralized pool with focused management and better diversification than each can achieve on its own, TCX allows its investors to focus on providing long-term local currency loans to clients in frontier markets.

Some important considerations and requirements for investing in TCX are listed below.Potential investors in TCX should take note of the following:

IMPORTANT NOTICE UNDER EU LAWS: Interests in TCX may only be acquired by professional investors within the meaning of Directive EU/2011/61 as implemented in the Dutch Financial Markets Supervision Act (Wet op het financieel toezicht), subject to prior approval of the Fund Manager and existing Shareholders in TCX, and subject to a minimum initial investment of USD 5 million.

IMPORTANT NOTICE UNDER US LAWS: Interests in TCX have not been and will not be registered under the US Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and can only be acquired by persons outside of the United States, and may not be offered or sold in the United States or to or for the benefit of US persons.

Non-US institutions wishing to explore a participation in TCX are cordially invited to approach the fund manager. A confidentiality agreement will be required. Contact: