The Charter

High distribution costs: many investors was not informed and is until today not aware that is alone the emission costs, i.e. the commissions paid for the distribution of funds and allowances for ship Fund amounted to only too often more than 20% of the amount to be paid by investors including premium. A value the Bundesgerichtshof assumes over 15% of a threat to the profitability of the Fund investment. No education about the risks of participation: That the participation in ship ownership is a highly speculative and highly risky entrepreneurial involvement associated with considerable risks, which can lead to a total loss of deposit, was concealed also the majority of investors known to us. Not suitable as pensions: participation in ship funds as a safe retirement was recommended not only a few investors. In the case-law It is recognized that such investments due to the high, speculative risks and the lack of availability of capital as pensions are completely unsuitable. No information about fluctuating Charter revenue: The Charter revenue achievable for the rental of ships are subject to fluctuations, which is immediately reflected in the revenue at most funds.

The Charter revenue remain sustainable at a low level, this has resulted in that the ships can no longer serve the recorded credits. The termination of the credit by the financing bank is regularly after some time the result. Investors lose as their capital. No information about amount of Commission: Many banks and savings banks have until the year 2008 into their customers not informed what commissions they receive for them to give them the share of funds. To do this, they would have been obliged the Kickback case-law of the Federal Supreme Court. Because certain errors in the advice keep coming up, we see promising ship funds Opportunities for the enforcement of claims for damages for the violation of obligations under the respective contracts of advice. We are investors of shipping funds ownership IV for an individual consultation available.