Major investor: We specialize in nervousness

The German shipping crisis has made investment house Lloyd's Fund "specialists in nervousness," in the company's own words. Lloyd's Funds manages 3.5 billion Euros, and it's the amount of capital that results in nervousness when new investments are made.

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The German shipowners and shipping businesses are in trouble, and the problems keep piling on. This has led to hundreds of ships being declared insolvent, a collapsed KG system, concerned banks with very little desire to take risks, and investors with zero confidence. In the middle of this mess stands the KG- and investment house Lloyd's Funds, which manages 3.5 billion Euros in shipping investments, and which has money to KG funds, among others.

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