B73 - Babcock & Brown Structure Finance Fund

Babcock & Brown Structured Finance Fund (BBSFF)1 invests in a portfolio of financial assets. During the year ended December 31, 2006, the Company was also engaged in operating lease assets around the world. BBSFF's initial portfolio of assets included commercial aircraft subject to lease; freight rolling stock operating in North America subject to lease; a portfolio of loams, equity notes and interest margin notes in securitizations secured against residential and commercial property located in Australia and the United Kingdom; an investment in a European collateralized loan obligation vehicle, mezzanine loans secured by trades names; copyrights and patents located in the United States and Europe; loans secured by inventory and receivables, and alternative assets, which include investments in renewable energy sector in both in the United States and Australia. On December 20, 2006, the Company acquired BBSFF Asset Holdings Limited.

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