We get a lot of questions about the fact that we’re a fund of funds. Before investing, many of our current investors asked if the fees from all of the funds are compounded. They were concerned about spreading their money over too many assets. And they wondered what kind of research we did that led to our choice of funds.
Because low fees for some of our funds offset the more expensive ones, investing with us costs less than if you were to invest in several of the funds directly.
The Core Infrastructure Fund is a collection of 32 well-managed assets, so your exposure is limited and easy to follow.
We’re specialists in infrastructure funds and asset analyses. So are the managers of the funds we’re in. Which means you get double the due diligence on your investment with us.
Some may view unlisted infrastructure as having similar characteristics to traditional real estate investments. But the two can behave very differently. Essential, core infrastructure – such as energy transmission and distribution networks and water utilities – isn’t exposed to market highs and lows like the commercial and residential real estate market. With lifetimes of up to 100 years, these real, concrete assets are more likely to behave like steady, income generating investments, and can complement your existing real estate holdings well.
We created the Core Infrastructure Fund to help you access the proven returns of infrastructure without the hassle of meeting absurdly high thresholds. To find out if the Core Infrastructure Fund is right for you, contact us, get qualified, or attend a discussion in your area.
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