Concourse Realty Group can form an equity fund on a clientís behalf and then function as a fund manager once the fund closes.
Concourse Realty Group will prepare the necessary documents (offering memorandum and related schedules, filings, etc.) and coordinate with the accountant and attorney of your choice. By using our services, we draft the vast majority of the necessary documents merely submitting them to an attorney for legal review and compliance thus saving our client/sponsor significant sums as opposed to having an attorney do the drafting.
Some background information that should be considered when creating or investing in an equity fund: Investing in private equity typically entails a greater risk than investing in public market securities. Liquidity is low to non-existent and the lock-up period for invested capital is often seven years or more. For these reasons, investing in private equity is restricted to individuals and institutions that meet certain regulatory requirements relating to net worth, income and assets under management. But, for the sophisticated investor, private equity is an important asset class.
Today, there is an abundance of capital seeking a sponsor who can provide attractive investment returns. Historically, long-term private equity returns have outperformed publicly traded markets. The highly specialized focus, concentrated portfolio structure and the liquidity and pricing inefficiencies of the asset class, while introducing greater risk, also provide fund managers, such as Concourse Realty Group, with the opportunity to add significant value over the long-run. Our goal is to help our clients identify unique and innovative investment opportunities that offer potential for high returns.
The following are some points to consider when choosing to work with Concourse Realty Group to establish an equity fund:
Strategic Placements of Capital
Cash Flow Approach to Investment
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