MVC » Topics » Investments in foreign debt or equity may involve significant risks in addition to the risks inherent in U.S. investments.

These excerpts taken from the MVC 10-K filed Dec 29, 2008.
Investments in foreign debt or equity may involve significant risks in addition to the risks inherent in U.S. investments.
 
Our investment strategy has resulted in some investments in debt or equity of foreign companies (subject to applicable limits prescribed by the 1940 Act). Investing in foreign companies can expose us to additional risks not typically associated with investing in U.S. companies. These risks include exchange rates, changes in exchange control regulations, political and social instability, expropriation, imposition of foreign taxes, less liquid markets and less available information than is generally the case in the United States, higher transaction costs, less government supervision of exchanges, brokers and issuers, less developed bankruptcy laws, difficulty in enforcing contractual obligations, lack of uniform accounting and auditing standards and greater price volatility.


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Investments
in foreign debt or equity may involve significant risks in
addition to the risks inherent in U.S.
investments.



 



Our investment strategy has resulted in some investments in debt
or equity of foreign companies (subject to applicable limits
prescribed by the 1940 Act). Investing in foreign companies can
expose us to additional risks not typically associated with
investing in U.S. companies. These risks include exchange
rates, changes in exchange control regulations, political and
social instability, expropriation, imposition of foreign taxes,
less liquid markets and less available information than is
generally the case in the United States, higher transaction
costs, less government supervision of exchanges, brokers and
issuers, less developed bankruptcy laws, difficulty in enforcing
contractual obligations, lack of uniform accounting and auditing
standards and greater price volatility.





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These excerpts taken from the MVC 10-K filed May 9, 2008.
Investments in foreign debt or equity may involve significant risks in addition to the risks inherent in U.S. investments.
 
Our investment strategy has resulted in some investments in debt or equity of foreign companies (subject to applicable limits prescribed by the 1940 Act). Investing in foreign companies can expose us to additional risks not typically associated with investing in U.S. companies. These risks include exchange rates, changes in exchange control regulations, political and social instability, expropriation, imposition of foreign taxes, less liquid markets and less available information than is generally the case in the United States, higher transaction costs, less government supervision of exchanges, brokers and issuers, less developed bankruptcy laws, difficulty in enforcing contractual obligations, lack of uniform accounting and auditing standards and greater price volatility.
 
Investments
in foreign debt or equity may involve significant risks in
addition to the risks inherent in U.S.
investments.



 



Our investment strategy has resulted in some investments in debt
or equity of foreign companies (subject to applicable limits
prescribed by the 1940 Act). Investing in foreign companies can
expose us to additional risks not typically associated with
investing in U.S. companies. These risks include exchange
rates, changes in exchange control regulations, political and
social instability, expropriation, imposition of foreign taxes,
less liquid markets and less available information than is
generally the case in the United States, higher transaction
costs, less government supervision of exchanges, brokers and
issuers, less developed bankruptcy laws, difficulty in enforcing
contractual obligations, lack of uniform accounting and auditing
standards and greater price volatility.


 




This excerpt taken from the MVC 10-K filed Dec 28, 2007.
Investments in foreign debt or equity may involve significant risks in addition to the risks inherent in U.S. investments.
 
Our investment strategy has resulted in some investments in debt or equity of foreign companies (subject to applicable limits prescribed by the 1940 Act). Investing in foreign companies can expose us to additional risks not typically associated with investing in U.S. companies. These risks include exchange rates, changes in exchange control regulations, political and social instability, expropriation, imposition of foreign taxes, less liquid markets and less available information than is generally the case in the United States, higher transaction costs, less government supervision of exchanges, brokers and issuers, less developed bankruptcy laws, difficulty in enforcing contractual obligations, lack of uniform accounting and auditing standards and greater price volatility.
 
This excerpt taken from the MVC 10-Q filed Jun 11, 2007.
Investments in foreign debt or equity may involve significant risks in addition to the risks inherent in U.S. investments.
 
Our investment strategy may result in some investments in debt or equity of foreign companies (subject to applicable limits prescribed by the 1940 Act). Investing in foreign companies can expose us to additional risks not typically associated with investing in U.S. companies. These risks include exchange rates, changes in exchange control regulations, political and social instability, expropriation, imposition of foreign taxes, less liquid markets and less available information than is generally the case in the United States, higher transaction costs, less government supervision of exchanges, brokers and issuers, less developed bankruptcy laws, difficulty in enforcing contractual obligations, lack of uniform accounting and auditing standards and greater price volatility.
 
This excerpt taken from the MVC 10-Q filed Mar 9, 2007.
Investments in foreign debt or equity may involve significant risks in addition to the risks inherent in U.S. investments.
 
Our investment strategy may result in some investments in debt or equity of foreign companies (subject to applicable limits prescribed by the 1940 Act). Investing in foreign companies can expose us to additional risks not typically associated with investing in U.S. companies. These risks include exchange rates, changes in exchange control regulations, political and social instability, expropriation, imposition of foreign taxes, less liquid markets and less available information than is generally the case in the United States, higher transaction costs, less government supervision of exchanges, brokers and issuers, less developed bankruptcy laws, difficulty in enforcing contractual obligations, lack of uniform accounting and auditing standards and greater price volatility.


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This excerpt taken from the MVC 10-K filed Jan 10, 2007.
Investments in foreign debt or equity may involve significant risks in addition to the risks inherent in U.S. investments.
 
Our investment strategy may result in some investments in debt or equity of foreign companies (subject to applicable limits prescribed by the 1940 Act). Investing in foreign companies can expose us to additional risks not typically associated with investing in U.S. companies. These risks include exchange rates, changes in exchange control regulations, political and social instability, expropriation, imposition of foreign taxes, less liquid markets and less available information than is generally the case in the United States, higher transaction costs, less government supervision of exchanges, brokers and issuers, less developed bankruptcy laws, difficulty in enforcing contractual obligations, lack of uniform accounting and auditing standards and greater price volatility.
 
This excerpt taken from the MVC 10-Q filed Sep 6, 2006.
Investments in foreign debt or equity may involve significant risks in addition to the risks inherent in U.S. investments.
 
Our investment strategy may result in some investments in debt or equity of foreign companies (subject to applicable limits prescribed by the 1940 Act). Investing in foreign companies can expose us to additional risks not typically associated with investing in U.S. companies. These risks include exchange rates, changes in exchange control regulations, political and social instability, expropriation, imposition of foreign taxes, less liquid markets and less available information than is generally the case in the United States, higher transaction costs, less government supervision of exchanges, brokers and issuers, less developed bankruptcy laws, difficulty in enforcing contractual obligations, lack of uniform accounting and auditing standards and greater price volatility.


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