Income Notes Diversified Portfolio X

Annualized yield3


24 months

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Accepting $15,000 - $500,000 investments

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Accepting $15,000 - $500,000 investments


What we like about the offering:

Quarterly coupon payments, downside protection

Improved risk/return profile relative to equities

Transparent selection criteria

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Investment period
Reducing volatility trend
Diversify risks from public market
Diversified offering
  • If a note gets called within the first year, the proceeds may be reinvested into another structured note so an investor's time spent out of the market is reduced.

  • The pandemic significantly increased the volatility of the stock market in 2020, with the average closing price volatility at 29.25%. But, as the health of the underlying economy recovers, volatility is reducing in 2021, with the average closing price volatility at 17.74% (YTD). A period featuring a reducing volatility trend may be an ideal time to invest in structured notes as the notes’ performance is linked to the value of the underlying stock. If the structured notes are purchased during a time of higher volatility, then the coupon rate will be higher to reward investors for the risk that they are taking. Given the reducing volatility trend present in the market at the moment, should volatility fall after the purchase of the structured notes, then the price of the underlying stocks are expected to remain above the downside protection value, increasing the chance of regular coupon payment and principal being repaid at maturity.

  • Structured notes can act as an investment opportunity to diversify the risks of investing in public market equities. For example, an investor invests in a stock of company A and a structured note tied to the performance of the underlying stock A which pays a 10% coupon with a 30% downside protection value, and a 12 month maturity. If the price of the underlying stock A decreases by 5% at maturity, the returns of a structured note (assuming the value of the underlying stock remained above the downside protection value for the whole period) tied to the performance of stock A would be 10% (coupon), while the returns of the actual stock would be -5%. In this scenario, if the portfolio consisted of 50% stock and 50% structured notes, the investor would make a 5% profit overall.

    See the addendum to the Private Placement Memorandum which illustrates the outcome if the underlying stock of the structured note falls below the downside protection value at maturity.

  • The portfolio will be comprised of multiple structured notes, across different industries, which should reduce the correlation between the performance of each of those stocks.


Please refer to the Private Placement Memorandum in the Resources section for more details about this offering.

How it works

How do structured notes work?

Cash Flow

How do I get paid?

Note Selection

How are the notes chosen?

Returns & fees

Management fee


Target net yield



Payment schedule




Initial term

2 years

Extension options

One 12-month


Tax document


Offering structure



First year expense


Annual flat expense




Investing in private markets and alternatives, such as this offering, is speculative and involves a risk of loss, and those investors who cannot afford to lose their entire investment should not invest. Returns are not guaranteed.