What are the various asset classes that real estate focused QOFs are investing in?
How to make sure that fund managers comply with security laws and don’t become an unintentional investment adviser.
After decades of decreasing economic activity, Puerto Rico is an attractive jurisdiction for OZ investment today, offering special incentives and favorable tax rates for investors in its 800 designated OZs.
Impact Measurement standards are essential for fulfilling the initiative’s promise to empower U.S. communities that have long been left behind.
Some states conform to federal OZ rules, while some do not and others offer state-level benefits beyond federal conformity.
With a vast amount of capital available, PE funds are exploring OZs despite challenges with risks, fixed holding periods and deal structures.
The OZ program is built to enable sustainable and positive economic impact, and the approach to doing so is practical. Here are the tools.