THE GUERNICA V. FUND.
We are reserving investment allocations now.
Safety first, because cash is a king without a castle. Deposits are not entirely risk-free, and last-minute opportunistic decisions can lead to mistakes.
That is why you should consider transferring some liquidity into an asset that may preserve and enhance your wealth in times of extreme uncertainty. The ripple effects of macroeconomic distortions can metastasize in unexpected industries and weak governments.
Opportunity is second to none. Now is the best time to invest in high art. We haven’t had a conjuncture as this since the Great Depression or WWII.
THE MUSEUM FUND.
Artemundi is Development Manager of The Museum Fund. TMF is a public charity with an active management approach for the benefit of non-profit organization members, namely museums and other cultural organizations by supporting their collections, endowments and aspiring program.
This innovative model will present the opportunity to contribute underutilized artworks to an active and a diversified art portfolio to maximize its aggregate value, to both fulfill the philanthropic intentions of the donated artwork’s owner and aiding museums with much-need continuous funding.
Bespoke Art Funds / Funds-of-One, which enable investors seeking to increase their investment in fine art to do so more proficiently while providing a service to economically challenged communities. By virtue of its status as a “Qualified Opportunity Fund (“QOF”), investors in the Partnership may benefit from certain tax advantages offered under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (the “TCJA”).
The principals of Equinox Financial Group, LLC formed Ampersand Opportunity Management, Inc. (“Ampersand”) to launch and manage Qualified Opportunity Funds and to manage bespoke institutional asset management mandates. Equinox is recognized as an innovative and expert structurer of alternative asset management vehicles.
Ampersand and Artemundi have partnered to establish businesses located in Opportunity Zones that are focused on acquiring, managing and selling fine art.
The Guernica V Fund (US), LP (the “Fund”) is open to “accredited investors” only, through an offering made in accordance with Regulation D, Rule 506(c) of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended. In purchasing securities through a 506(c) offering, we are obligated to verify any participating investor’s status as an “accredited investor” in accordance with Rule 501 of Regulation D — generally, natural persons must have a net worth of over $1 million (exclusive of residence) or income in excess of $200,000 individually or $300,000 jointly with a spouse.
As such, prior to the sale of any security to any investor, the Fund must take reasonable steps to verify that all potential investors are accredited investors, and such reasonable verification steps include, but are not limited to:
Reviewing copies of any IRS form that reports the income of the purchaser and obtaining a written representation that the purchaser will likely continue to earn the necessary income in the current year.
Receiving a written confirmation from a registered broker-dealer, SEC registered investment adviser, licensed attorney or certified public accountant that such entity or person has taken reasonable steps to verify the purchaser’s accredited status.