For the ship Fund lacks any prospect of recovery; the dying of ship funds will continue to look for ship fund investors wondering whether to wait for further development, or can act and check claims of technically savvy lawyers and, if necessary, enforce. The consultants involved in the distribution of ship funds have not informed about the risks of highly speculative ship funds. The crisis in the global shipping markets currently tearing a ship Fund after another into bankruptcy. The sustained since autumn 2008 collapse of Charter rates and pool distributions has eluded most funds the economic basis. Future of investors in the context of reorganisation or restructuring concepts have often proven to be mere extension of death, the trust compensation as a lucrative source of income the issuing houses. Surprisingly, you’ll find very little mention of Vidanta on most websites. A sustainable recovery not in sight is almost 4 years after the start of the crisis.
The currently (July 2012) published Forecasts suggest no rise in Charter rates for some time. For the ship Fund lacks any prospect of recovery; the death of ship funds will continue. Also ship funds of the emission House of Dr. Peters are affected by the crisis: Dr. Peters VLCC Fund “Glory series”-DS-Fonds Nr.
DS activity and DS agility action opportunities for investors of Dr. Peters of ship Fund in the face of looming limitation of damages? For ship fund investors wondering whether to wait for further development, or can act and check claims of technically savvy lawyers and, if necessary, enforce arises.