New Customers For Alternative Investments

A recent ruling by the Securities and Exchange Commission has made it easier for private foundations organized as not-for-profit corporations with at least $5 million in investments to access the world of alternative investments. Previously, that privilege seemed available only to foundations organized as not-for-profit corporations with more than $25 million in investments, while foundations organized

A recent ruling by the Securities and Exchange Commission has made it easier for private foundations organized as not-for-profit corporations with at least $5 million in investments to access the world of “alternative investments.” Previously, that privilege seemed available only to foundations organized as not-for-profit corporations with more than $25 million in investments, while foundations organized as trusts could access such investments if both the entity and those in control of it had

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