(b) it is aimed at achieving absolute returns rather than returns relative to the market;
(c) it employs some or all of the following techniques:
(i) the pursuit of absolute returns or "alpha" rather than measuring their investment performance relative to the market;
(ii) the use of short selling;
(iii) the use of Derivatives for investment purposes;
(iv) the use of economic or debt leverage as well as leverage embedded in financial instruments such as Derivatives;
(v) the acquisition of distressed debt with a view to its realisation at a profit; or
(vi) the acquisition of "high yield" debt Securities.