e.g., a fund manager can trade assets that do not have instant finality. Synths are one example of this, which do not achieve a final balance after a few minutes, and are not transferable until they do so. In fact, a malicious fund manager could exploit this non-redeemable period to continuously trade Synths and block redemption indefinitely, but a properly-configured policy can mitigate this risk. For example, when configured properly, the
GuaranteedRedemption guarantees a redemption window daily.