Life has not been easy for RAB Capital. The company learnt the hard way that being a publicly listed company meant anything that happened was open to scrutiny. The company also took the radical option of imposing a three-year lock-up on its flagship fund, the RAB Special Situations Fund.
The aim of the fund is to deliver maximum performance with minimum investment restrictions, mainly by investing early in companies in the natural resources sector that are still developing. The fund is managed by
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