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Annual General Meeting
The Annual General Meeting of EEA Life Settlements Fund PCC Limited (the Company), which was convened on 12 October 2022, has, in accordance with the Company’s articles of incorporation, been adjourned until Wednesday 19 October 2022 at 10:00 a.m. GMT. All valid voting instructions already received from shareholders remain in force and shall be received at the reconvened meeting on 19 October 2022. Shareholders who are entitled to attend and vote at the reconvened meeting, but have not yet provided voting instructions via the previously supplied form of proxy, are reminded that valid forms of…
EEA Life Settlements Fund PCC Limited (the Fund) – 1 July 2022 Redemptions of Continuing Shares
EEA Life Settlements Fund PCC Limited (the Fund) – 1 July 2022 Redemptions of Continuing Shares The Fund has redeemed approximately $2.96m of shares across all Continuing Cells in respect of the 1 July 2022 Redemption Day. The aggregate Redemption Values of redemption requests has exceeded the level of Available Cash held as at 30 June 2022 for 12 of the 13 Continuing Cells. As a result, the Fund’s board of directors (the Board) has exercised its power to restrict redemptions of Shares in each of those 12 relevant Continuing Cells to the amount of Available Cash attributable to each such…
Portfolio Update as at 30 June 2022
Please see below issued by the Manager today with a Portfolio Update as at 30 June 2022: Dear Shareholder EEA Life Settlements Fund PCC Limited (the “Fund”) Portfolio Update as at 30 June At the reporting date of 30 June 2022, the Fund held 42 life insurance policies with a total net death benefit of $154.0 million. The average policy size (net death benefit) was approximately US$3.67 million. The portfolio covered 23 illnesses, 26 lives and 22 insurance companies. Based upon weighted net death benefit, 96.34% of the portfolio was represented by insureds who were aged 80 or over, with an…
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