Due Diligence

Investors Due Diligence and Risk Factors

Investors are encouraged to conduct their own due diligence before making any investment decisions. While the fund has provided information and analysis within these documents, investors should independently verify the accuracy and completeness of such information and assess its relevance to their individual investment objectives and risk tolerance.

Investment Risks

Due diligence should include a thorough assessment of the risks associated with investing in the fund. These risks may include but are not limited to, market risk, regulatory risk, operational risk, and liquidity risk. Investors should carefully consider these risks and their potential impact on their investment before committing capital to the fund. By conducting thorough due diligence, investors can make informed investment decisions and mitigate the risks associated with investing in the fund.

Investors in the fund should carefully consider the following risk factors before making any investment decision. These risk factors are not exhaustive and do not purport to address all of the risks associated with an investment in the fund. Prospective investors should consult with their own legal, financial, and tax advisors to evaluate the risks and suitability of investing in the fund based on their circumstances.

  1. Market Risk: The value of investments in the fund may fluctuate based on market conditions, including changes in interest rates, inflation rates, and economic downturns. There can be no assurance that the fund's investment objectives will be achieved or that investors will receive a return on their investment.

  2. Liquidity Risk: Investments in the fund may be illiquid and difficult to sell, particularly during market stress or economic uncertainty. Investors may be unable to access their capital when needed, and redemption requests may be subject to delays or restrictions.

  3. Operational Risk: The fund's operations may be subject to operational risks, including but not limited to risks associated with cybersecurity breaches, systems failures, and human error. These risks could result in financial loss and disruptions to the fund's operations.

  4. Regulatory Risk: Changes in laws, regulations, or government policies may adversely impact the fund's operations and investment strategies. Compliance with regulatory requirements may result in increased costs and administrative burdens for the fund and its investors.

  5. Counterparty Risk: The fund may enter into transactions with counterparties, including brokers, dealers, and financial institutions. The failure of a counterparty to meet its obligations could result in financial loss to the fund and its investors.

  6. Concentration Risk: The Fund's investment portfolio may be concentrated in certain sectors, asset classes, or geographic regions. Concentration risk could magnify the impact of adverse events affecting those sectors, asset classes, or regions on the fund's performance.

  7. Legal and Tax Risks: Investments in the Fund may be subject to legal and tax risks, including changes in tax laws, regulations, or interpretations that could affect the tax treatment of investments or distributions received by investors.

  8. Technology Risk: The fund's operations rely on technology systems and infrastructure vulnerable to disruptions, cybersecurity threats, and data breaches. These risks could compromise the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of information and assets held by the fund.

Prospective investors should carefully review the offering documents, and consult with their advisors before making any investment decision. Investing in the fund involves a high degree of risk, including the risk of loss of principal.

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