Nothing in this website may be considered an offer or a solicitation to purchase or sell any particular private placement offering (the “offering” or “private placement offerings”). Private placement offerings are only available to pre-qualified / accredited or qualified individuals or institutions offered via an Offering Memorandum. No offer or solicitation may be made prior to the delivery of a definitive Offering Memorandum. The information contained within is provided for informational purposes only, is not complete, and does not contain certain material information about any particular offering, including important disclosures and risk factors associated with an investment in any offering. Information is subject to change without notice. The information contained herein does not take into account the particular investment objectives or financial circumstances of any specific person who may view it. Before investing, prospective investors are advised to thoroughly and carefully review each private placement’s Offering Memorandum and legal documentation with their financial, legal and tax advisors to determine whether an investment is suitable for them. Although Butler Capital may provide summary information regarding an offering, it is not providing “due diligence” on an investor’s or manager’s behalf and is not responsible for their final investment decisions. Butler Capital does not accept, review, or approve investments into any offering or effect securities transactions.
Persons interested in investing in an offering should carefully note the following:
Hedge funds, private equity/debt funds, unregistered pooled investments and other private placements involve significant risks and are not suitable for all investors. An investor can lose all or a substantial portion of their investment. Investments in an offering are not subject to the same regulatory requirements as mutual funds. An investment in an offering should be discretionary capital set aside strictly for speculative purposes. Offering documents and limited partnership interests have not been reviewed or approved by U.S. Federal or State regulators.
An offering’s General Partner has sole discretion regarding the allocation of its assets. A General Partner may allocate its assets to a limited number of managers, which could result in a limited degree of diversification and higher risk. Managers may employ investment techniques that increase an offering’s risk of loss. Manager identities may not be disclosed to investors. Advisory fees may be substantial and multiple levels of advisory compensation may exist. Private placement offerings are not required to provide periodic pricing or valuation information to investors. There are a number of conflicts of interest or potential conflicts of interest in connection with the management of an offering by the General Partner.
An investment in a private placement offering is illiquid, and there are significant restrictions on transferring limited partnership interests. There are generally no secondary markets for private placement offering limited partnership interests and none are expected to develop. Some offerings have a limited operating history. Private placements involve a complex tax structure, which should be reviewed carefully. An offering’s investment strategy may cause delays in important tax information being sent to investors.
THE ABOVE SUMMARY IS NOT A COMPLETE LIST OF THE RISKS & OTHER IMPORTANT DISCLOSURES INVOLVED IN INVESTING IN A PRIVATE PLACEMENT OFFERING AND IS SUBJECT TO THE MORE COMPLETE DISCLOSURES CONTAINED IN A PRIVATE PLACEMENT’S OFFERING MEMORANDUM AND LEGAL DOCUMENTATION, WHICH MUST BE REVIEWED CAREFULLY.