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One of the categories below must be met to qualify at a qualified purchaser under the meaning of Section 2(a)(51) of the U.S. Investment Company Act of 1940, as amended (the “1940 Act”)
i. any natural person (including any person who holds a joint, community property, or other similar shared ownership interest in an issuer that is excepted under section 3(c)(7) with that person’s qualified purchaser spouse) who owns not less than $ 5,000,000 in investments, as defined below;
ii. any company that owns not less than $ 5,000,000 in investments and that is owned directly or indirectly by or for 2 or more natural persons who are related as siblings or spouse (including former spouses), or direct lineal descendants by birth or adoption, spouses of such persons, the estates of such persons, or foundations, charitable organizations, or trusts established by or for the benefit of such persons;
iii. any trust that is not covered by clause (ii) and that was not formed for the specific purpose of acquiring the securities offered, as to which the trustee or other person authorized to make decisions with respect to the trust, and each settlor or other person who has contributed assets to the trust, is a person described in clause (i), (ii), or (iv); or
iv. any person, acting for its own account or the accounts of other qualified purchasers, who in the aggregate owns and invests on a discretionary basis, not less than $ 25,000,000 in investments.
v. any qualified institutional buyer as defined in Rule 144A under the Securities Act, acting for its own account, the account of another qualified institutional buyer, or the account of a qualified purchaser, provided that (i) a dealer described in paragraph (a)(1)(ii) of Rule 144A shall own and invest on a discretionary basis at least $25,000,000 in securities of issuers that are not affiliated persons of the dealer; and (ii) a plan referred to in paragraph (a)(1)(D) or (a)(1)(E) of Rule 144A, or a trust fund referred to in paragraph (a)(1)(F) of Rule 144A that holds the assets of such a plan, will not be deemed to be acting for its own account if investment decisions with respect to the plan are made by the beneficiaries of the plan, except with respect to investment decisions made solely by the fiduciary, trustee or sponsor of such plan;
vi. any company that, but for the exceptions provided for in Sections 3(c)(1) or 3(c)(7) under the ICA, would be an investment company (hereafter in this paragraph referred to as an “excepted investment company”), provided that all beneficial owners of its outstanding securities (other than short-term paper), determined in accordance with Section 3(c)(1)(A) thereunder, that acquired such securities on or before April 30, 1996 (hereafter in this paragraph referred to as “pre-amendment beneficial owners”), and all pre-amendment beneficial owners of the outstanding securities (other than short-term paper) or any excepted investment company that, directly or indirectly, owns any outstanding securities of such excepted investment company, have consented to its treatment as a qualified purchaser.
vii. any natural person who is deemed to be a “knowledgeable employee” of the [fund], as such term is defined in Rule 3c-5(4) of the ICA; or
viii. any person (“Transferee”) who acquires Interests from a person (“Transferor”) that is (or was) a qualified purchaser other than the [fund], provided that the Transferee is: (i) the estate of the Transferor; (ii) a person who acquires the Interests as a gift or bequest pursuant to an agreement relating to a legal separation or divorce; or (iii) a company established by the Transferor exclusively for the benefit of (or owned exclusively by) the Transferor and the persons specified in this paragraph.
ix. any company, if each beneficial owner of the company’s securities is a qualified purchaser.
For the purposes of above, the term Investments means:
(1) securities (as defined by section 2(a)(1)of the Securities Act of 1933), other than securities of an issuer that controls, is controlled by, or is under common control with, the prospective qualified purchaser that owns such securities, unless the issuer of such securities is: (i) an investment vehicle; (ii) a public company; or (iii) a company with shareholders’ equity of not less than $50 million (determined in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles) as reflected on the company’s most recent financial statements, provided that such financial statements present the information as of a date within 16 months preceding the date on which the prospective qualified purchaser acquires the securities of a Section 3(c)(7) Company;
(2) real estate held for investment purposes;
(3) commodity interests held for investment purposes;
(4) physical commodities held for investment purposes;
(5) to the extent not securities, financial contracts (as such term is defined in section 3(c)(2)(B)(ii) of the ICA entered into for investment purposes;
(6) in the case of a prospective qualified purchaser that is a Section 3(c)(7) Company, a company that would be an investment company but for the exclusion provided by section 3(c)(1) of the ICA, or a commodity pool, any amounts payable to such prospective qualified purchaser pursuant to a firm agreement or similar binding commitment pursuant to which a person has agreed to acquire an interest in, or make capital contributions to, the prospective qualified purchaser upon the demand of the prospective qualified purchaser; and
(7) cash and cash equivalents (including foreign currencies) held for investment purposes. For purposes of this section, cash and cash equivalents include: (i) bank deposits, certificates of deposit, bankers acceptances and similar bank instruments held for investment purposes; and (ii) the net cash surrender value of an insurance policy.
Risks of investing in limited partnerships and disclosure statements
Investments in alternative investments are speculative and include a high degree of risk. Investors could lose their entire investment. Past results are not indicative of future performance. Alternative investments are suitable only for persons who are able to assume the risk of losing their entire investment. Alternative investments often engage in leveraging and other speculative investment practices that may increase the risk of investment loss; can be highly illiquid; may have restrictions on transferring interest; may have no secondary market nor is one expected to develop; are not required to provide periodic pricing or valuation information to investors: may involve complex tax structures and delays in distributing important tax information; are not subject to the same regulatory requirements as mutual funds or other investment vehicles: can be highly illiquid; can have volatile performance; may have higher fees than other investment vehicles, and these fees can offset profits. Alternative investment managers have total trading authority over their funds. Some portion of an alternative investments trades may be executed on a foreign exchanges. This information should not be used as financial, legal or tax advice or an offer to sell an interest in any hedge fund. No offer may be made prior to the delivery of the appropriate hedge fund offering documents to qualified prospective investors. Prospective investors should carefully read the offering documents before investing. Investors should perform their own independent due diligence on a hedge fund before investing.
Agecroft Partners is compensated by the hedge fund managers it represents. This fee is paid by the hedge fund manager from fees they receive by investors. The manager has a standard fee schedule and is not adding a differential to compensate Agecroft Partners, which means there is no additional cost to the investor in utilizing Agecroft Partners services. Agecroft is not affiliated with and has no relationship with the hedge fund managers it represents other than a separate written agreement covering their marketing and consulting services for the benefit of the hedge fund manager.
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