Top rating for BIAS Global Equities fund

BIAS (Cayman) Ltd.’s Global
Equities Fund, issued by Cayman-based affiliate BIAS Global Portfolios SPC, was
recently awarded the maximum 5-star rating by Morningstar, Inc.  Morningstar which provides independent mutual
fund performance analysis and ratings. 
The company reports on more than 29,000 stocks and funds and both
Barron’s and Forbes rank Morningstar.com among the top investing sites.  In order to be ranked by Morningstar a fund
must have a track record of at least three years.  Funds are compared to their peers in the same
category and only ten percent receive the coveted 5-star rating.

The BIAS Global Equities Fund (for
growth at a reasonable price), the moderate risk BIAS Global Balanced Fund (for
growth and income), and the low-risk BIAS Global Short Duration Income Fund
(for income and stability) were in December 2006.  Upon establishing a 3-year track record this
past December all three BIAS funds were immediately awarded 4 stars, a rating
currently maintained by both the BIAS Global Balanced Fund and BIAS Short Duration
Income Fund.  Less than one third of
funds reviewed receive a rating of 4 stars or higher. 

BIAS Global Portfolios director
Mark Melvin noted the company’s success in protecting investor capital during
market setbacks, such as the latest 16 percent decline in global equities since
mid-April. 

In addition to principals Robert
Pires and Mark Melvin, BIAS’ portfolio management team includes Bryan Dooley,
Kent Turner, Ingela Persson, and Ryan McWhirter. 

BIAS Global Portfolios SPC’s funds
require a minimum investment of $25,000 and are geared towards captive
insurance companies, trust companies, corporate entities, and high-net-worth
individuals. 

For more information visit
www.bias.ky and www.biasglobalportfolios.com