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What is a Security Token Offering (STO)

What is a Security Token Offering (STO)

What is the definition of a Security Token Offering (STO) ? STO stands for Security Token Offering. A security token offering is any asset or security that has been digitized on the blockchain, a digital token representation of a "security" as defined by the U.S. SEC...

What is a REIT, and when was it created?

What is a REIT, and when was it created?

    Everybody uses the word REIT, but not many people truly understand what a REIT is, how it came to be. So what is a REIT? A REIT is a real estate investment trust that makes investments in real estate. REITs allow investors to buy shares of the property...

A 721 with REICG is Different

A 721 with REICG is Different

REICG is disrupting the way “Private Equity” real estate funds in the U.S. operate and raise capital. REICG’s innovative business models offer 721 Investors opportunities that never existed before. Public REIT vs Private Fund: REICG is a private fund that is...

What is a Permanent Capital Vehicle (PCV)?

What is a Permanent Capital Vehicle (PCV)?

What Is a Permanent Capital Vehicle (PCV) ? Permanent capital is an investment for an indefinite period of time in an underlying vehicle. The vehicle can be any form – a corporation, trust or partnership. The investment entity could be publicly traded or privately...

What is an Interval Fund?

What is an Interval Fund?

What Is an Interval Fund? The SEC defines an Interval Fund as a type of Investment Company that periodically offers to repurchase its shares from shareholders. The fund periodically offers to buy back a stated portion of its shares from shareholders. Shareholders are...