Lombard Odier Asset Management (USA) Corp. employs a variety of investment strategies when managing their funds. For the 1798 Fundamental Strategies Funds, LOAM applies a global, multi-disciplined investment approach. The funds seek to identify attractive investment situations in traditionally-defined strategies, identify opportunities that fall between those strategies and identify new strategies before they are widely deployed in the financial markets. The funds are not limited by geography or instrument, although they tend to focus on investments in North America, Europe, Asia and emerging markets worldwide. The funds may employ a broad range of strategies, including, but not limited to: Consumer Long/Short Equity, Healthcare Long/Short Equity, Technology Long/Short Equity, Industrials Long/Short Equity, Energy Long/Short Equity, Special Situations, and Event-Driven.The 1798 Special Situations Funds focus on event-driven and special situations in US equity and credit. The funds invest primarily in the US, although they may invest globally (including emerging markets) in the securities and derivatives of issuers as non-US investment opportunities are identified. The funds may invest across the full capital structure of issuing companies. The funds employ several strategies including: Fundamental Long, Short and Long/Short, Event-Driven, Distressed, and Capital Structure Arbitrage. The 1798 Consumer Equity Long/Short Funds seek to deliver superior risk-adjusted returns over a multi-year period with an absolute return orientation. To achieve this objective, LOAM employs a fundamental long/short investment strategy within the consumer sector.The Fundamental Equity Long/Short fund is a Luxembourg UCITS fund, not available for investment by US persons. It invests in equity and equity related securities (including, but not limited to, warrants) issued by companies incorporated or exercising a prominent part of their business activities in developed markets, as well as in cash and cash equivalents. The strategy is implemented by investing in companies that are believed to be undervalued and by using short derivative instruments to seek exposure to companies that are believed to be overvalued.