Prospective partners often ask about the fund's terms. We want to help good people achieve their financial goals, and there are regulations that we must follow. SEC rules require that we only accept partners who are "accredited investors".
This generally means that you need to have:
Annual income above $200,000, or $300,000 combined with your spouse
[or] Net worth of $1,000,000 - calculated excluding your home and any mortgage on it
If you meet either of those criteria, Curreen Capital Partners LP is permitted to welcome you as an partner. We will verify that you are accredited using pay stubs, brokerage statements, or other documents that you show us.
Beyond the SEC's requirements - our terms are:
Minimum Investment of $50,000 - an outstanding investment opportunity for the full range of accredited investors
1.5% management fee - where no-fee funds might collapse and leave you hanging in a bear market, our management fee lets us stick with you no matter what
20% incentive fee - this is how we are compensated for managing your money. We only make money when you make money
High water mark - if the value of your investment in the fund declines, we do not get an incentive fee until your losses are fully recouped
1 Year lock-up - the earliest you can redeem your investment in the fund is one year after you make the investment. We think long-term, and we invest long-term
Quarterly redemptions - after the first year, you can withdraw your money once every three months. We plan to be your partner for many years, and hope that you think of our relationship the same way
In addition to those terms: I, Christian Ryther, Portfolio Manager of Curreen Capital Partners LP, promise you:
As our fund grows, I will lower the management fee that you pay - targeting a fixed keep-the-lights-on amount per year that will shrink as a percentage of the fund's assets as we continue to grow
The vast majority of my and my family's money is and will remain invested in the fund, alongside yours. We are partners - rain or shine, we are in this together
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PAST PERFORMANCE IS NOT A GUARANTEE OF FUTURE RESULTS
Curreen Capital relies on Rule 506 of Regulation D promulgated under the Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the “Securities Act”), as the exemption by which the Partnership makes its private offering of Partnership Interests. You may click the following link to be brought directly to the SEC’s summary page about Rule 506 of Regulation D: http://www.sec.gov/answers/rule506.htm
Under Rule 506(c), the Partnership can broadly solicit and generally advertise its offering of Partnership Interests, but still be deemed to be undertaking a private offering within Section 4(a)(2) of the Securities Act if:
The investors in the offering are all accredited investors; and
The Partnership has taken “reasonable steps” to verify that its investors are accredited investors, which could include, without limitation, reviewing documentation, such as W-2s, tax returns, bank and brokerage statements, and credit reports.
Whether “reasonable steps” have been taken by an issuer to verify whether a purchaser is an accredited investor will be determined objectively, in light of the facts and circumstances of each purchaser; what constitutes “reasonable steps” may vary from purchaser to purchaser. In addition to having provided four non-exclusive methods of verifying that natural person purchasers are accredited investors (in the final rule release for Rule 506(c)), the Securities and Exchange Commission has also described certain factors that issuers should consider when deciding whether “reasonable steps” have been taken. To view the final rule release for Rule 506(c), please select the following link: https://www.sec.gov/rules/final/2013/33-9415.pdf.
VERIFICATION OF ACCREDITED INVESTOR STATUS
The Partnership is open to “accredited investors” only, through an offering made in accordance with Rule 506(c) of Regulation D promulgated under the Securities Act. In connection with a prospective investor’s purchase of Partnership Interests through a Rule 506(c) offering, the Partnership is obligated to verify any participating investor’s status as an “accredited investor” (as such term is defined in Rule 501 promulgated under the Securities Act).
If we receive inquiries from unknown persons, we will request “proof” of accreditation which may include the submission of any number of the following documents: recent tax returns, brokerage statements, accountants statement of net worth, and any other documentation required to demonstrate accreditation. It is important that each individual investor understand that Curreen Capital and/or the Partnership must legally provide to any authority, state or federal, the necessary documentation as required to conform to applicable law, rule and regulation.