Classified as closed-end funds, both interval funds and tender offer funds are growing in popularity as ideal vehicles for fund sponsors pursuing an alternative investment strategy. Though not traded on an exchange, interval funds are easy to buy and offer individual investors access to investment categories typically limited to hedge funds and other institutional investors. Institutional and retail investors alike are attracted to interval funds as a means to diversify investments and to realize higher yields through current income generation and the potential for capital appreciation.
We counsel clients through the life cycle of interval fund and tender offer fund structuring, registration, initial public offering, and SEC filings and negotiations, as well as provide advice on day-to-day operations and ongoing regulatory and compliance matters. We have pioneered several unique fund structures and excel at providing clients with innovative solutions for capital raising.
While not for everyone or every situation, interval funds and tender offer funds afford flexibility that allow investment managers to invest in a wide variety of assets, including illiquid assets. Investment managers may want to consider interval funds and tender offer funds as both institutional and individual investors continue to be drawn to these funds as a way to diversify and achieve higher returns on their investments. Let us help you decide whether interval funds and tender offer funds are right for you.