By Tom Winnifrith | Sunday 3 April 2022
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If you look on the website, BondAdvisor-Report-FHIM-Trade-Finance-Bond.pdf (bondexchange.com.au), there is a document seeking to raise $40 million for a US dollar fund, which had equity of $40 million (page 19) and launched on 4 August 2021. Although not named as the subscale, loss-making asset manager, Tradeflow – owned by the almost insolvent fraud, Supply@ME Capital (SYME) – the subsequently proposed bond issue, detailed below, clarifies that it was indeed Tradeflow.