How are Rolling Funds different from Traditional Funds?

Rolling Funds are structured as a series of quarterly funds. Unlike investing in a Traditional Fund, Rolling Funds offer LPs two distinct features:

  • LPs follow a flexible, quarterly investment schedule rather than a one-time commitment to a fund. An LP participates in investments the fund makes for each quarterly fund the LP invests in.
  • LPs can subscribe for future quarterly funds in advance and easily commit more or less capital as their investment goals change.


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