FTM B Class builds on the success of FTM A Class and is also based upon the same strategy that won the award for Best Fixed Income Fund offshore in 2011 and 2012 at the World Finance Hedge Fund Awards and the award for Best Fixed Income Fund from Global Banking and Finance Review in 2012. Its also the same strategy that has been used by the receivables company since 1997 and never had a negative year.
Just as the original share class in FTM bases its investment strategy on discounted medical accounts receivables, so too does FTM B Class. However, the major difference is that A Class only funds the most secure cases and generally only 1 out of every 5 cases reviewed meets the strict criteria of FTM A class.
Faster settlements and turnaround times could increase the returns even further.