Discover the Benefits of Alternative Investments
While most traditional stock and bond investments have begun to resemble the ho-hum performance of index funds, alternative investments have capitalized on the growth and opportunities available in the ‘real’ economy.
Major university endowment funds, trusts, and institutions have realized the opportunities that alternative investments offer and they have steadily added more weight to this asset class over the past several decades.
Take the Yale Endowment Fund for example:
Over the past two decades, Yale dramatically reduced the Endowment’s dependence on domestic marketable securities by reallocating assets to nontraditional asset classes. In 1993, 47 percent of the Endowment was committed to U.S. stocks, bonds and cash. Today, target allocations call for 11 percent in domestic marketable securities…” [Yale Endowment Update, 2013]
We, at ASI Capital, believe the value of these alternative investment strategies is that they are based on real world investments. ASI Capital offers alternative funds that give unprecedented access to Registered Investment Advisors to offer these real, tangible investment opportunities to their Accredited* clients.
ASI Capital’s private funds are administered by a FINRA registered Broker/Dealer as a placement agent.
Attract High Net Worth Clients
Including alternative investments, like those offered by ASI Capital, in what you offer may help you:
- Give your clients new investment options
- Attract high net worth investors to your firm
- Differentiate yourself from other advisors
- Create lasting wealth for your clients
- Grow wealth the same way university endowment funds, trusts, and pensions do
At ASI Capital, we are here to help you every step of the way. From how to position these investments to answering questions about what we invest in.
Why not become part of our community? Contact us and we will be happy to discuss what we offer and how it can help you and your business.
*As defined in Rule 501(a) of Regulation D of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended.