The Capital Companies, LLC (Capital) has seized the opportunity afforded by the JOBS Act to advertise their offerings with the goal of directly reaching more accredited investors.
“Prior to the JOBS Act, investors had difficulty evaluating investment opportunities because of their limited exposure to competing offers,” says Danny Mulcahy, EVP, Zacks Direct. “Now investors will gain access to a broader range of investment opportunities and not be limited to the ones paying the highest fees to the brokers pushing them. Investors can reach issuers directly and perform their own due diligence.”
Capital aims to utilize the new regulations by alerting accredited investors to new offerings in real time. This also includes updates on operations and returns, projected and actual, so that investors can evaluate the investment opportunity and track a fund’s performance.
Their first advertising endeavor is for Sovereign Nations Income Fund I, LLC – a collateralized offering with 10.75 percent annual interest for 39 months. There is a demand for short-term credit and The Capital Companies, LLC has a great deal of experience in this area.
The Fund Manager will also be participating with a 20 percent minimum co-investment of the total raise goal of $10 million. They will then be donating 3 percent of the management fees to local charities and educational facilities.