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Fund Structure

We have chosen to implement a streamlined structure in order to effectively manage expenses and expedite the initiation of operations. Furthermore, the utilization of a more conventional Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) approach, whether in Indonesia or Singapore, does not permit the acquisition of undeveloped land or properties construction.
To accommodate new investors, the fund will periodically issue additional shares. The legal process of equity ownership can also be completed remotely for added convenience.

Fund Structure april2023updated

Fund Structure

We have chosen to implement a streamlined structure in order to effectively manage expenses and expedite the initiation of operations. Furthermore, the utilization of a more conventional Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) approach, whether in Indonesia or Singapore, does not permit the acquisition of undeveloped land or properties construction.
To accommodate new investors, the fund will periodically issue additional shares. The legal process of equity ownership can also be completed remotely for added convenience.

Fund Structure april2023

Fund Fees & Carried Interests Structure

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Carried Interests Example

Carried Interest

Fund launch date:
March 1st, 2023

Fund end date:
Feb 29th, 2028

Minimum Investment:
USD 40,000

Fund type:
Open-End Fund

Fund Management Fee:
GP charges 2% management to cover operational expenses

Asset Performance:

From 0% to 8%: LP: 100% / GP: 0%
From 8% to 14%: GP: 100%
From 14% to 24%: LP: 80% / GP: 20%
From 24% to ∞: LP: 65% / GP: 35%

The calculation of carried interests will be done pro rata, based on the ratio of the investment time.
GP charges an annual 2% management fee etc….

Asset Lock up Period:
5 Years
Note that properties will start being sold within the last 6 months of the period and additional time may be required to liquidate all assets held in the portfolio.

Penalty if assets are withdrawn before maturity:
50% penalty (180 days notice)

Exceptional Carried Interest Distribution
Periodically, the Fund may allow a percentage of the carried interest to be withdrawn on a deal per deal basis.
This decision will be made by the Fund and will depend on the availability of extra cash flow, such as that generated by the sale of a property.

Carried Interests Example

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Assets & Returns Example (LP+GP)

Assumption:
USD 100.000 AUM - USD 2000 (Management fee)
= USD 98.000

Estimated IRR: 27%
LP returns: 20,55%
Zero premature withdrawal scenario

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LIMITED PARTNERS
PROTECTION

High-Water Mark

What is a High-Water Mark?
High-water mark is the highest level of value reached by an investment account or portfolio. It is often used as a threshold to determine whether a fund manager can gain a performance fee.

Why does it matter to you?
Investors benefit from a high-water mark by avoiding paying performance-based bonuses for poor performance or for the same performance twice.

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Example
Assets = 100k$
Y1 NAV goes up to 150k$
Y2 NAV goes down to 80k$
Y3 NAV goes back up to 170k$

At the end of Y1, High Water Mark is 150k$
Y2 => no carried interests above the HWM so no performance fees..
Y3 => 170k$-150k$=20k$ carried interests
New HWM is now 170k$

Clawback Provision​: 8%

What is a Clawback Provision?
The clawback provision enables limited partners to receive a refund of any incentive fees taken by the general partner during the life of the investment if the preferred return (8%) is not achieved. This is in place to protect investors in the event of a potential underperformance of the Fund in the later stages of its life cycle.

Why does it matter to you?
The clawback provision is important to investors because it ensures that investors can receive their preferred return (8%), and that any profits above that return are split as per the agreement. The clawback provision also helps to increase investor confidence in a firm's financial statements.

Clawback Provision
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