What are some due diligence best practices that every investor should undertake before investing in a Qualified Opportunity Fund?
Chris Paganelli is a San Francisco Bay Area-based financial advisor at wealth management firm Stifel. He advises high net worth clients on tax strategy, wealth preservation, and portfolio management — with a recent focus on qualified opportunity fund investment strategy.
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- How to assess an opportunity zone fund: what factors investors should be looking at — primarily the management team and investment pipeline.
- Risks inherent to investing in qualified opportunity funds.
- The importance of diversifying Opportunity Zones investment across multiple geographies.
- Concerns regarding blind-pool investment funds.
- Considerations regarding the different sizes of qualified opportunity funds.
- How to determine if Opportunity Zone investing is right for you.
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Industry Spotlight: Stifel
Stifel, Nicolaus & Company, Incorporated is a Member SIPC and NYSE and is a full service wealth management firm that was established in 1890 in St. Louis. Stifel has assets under management of $270 billion as of December 31, 2018.
Stifel is the #1 California municipal bond underwriter, according to Thomson Reuters, 2017, ranked by number of issues, negotiated transactions only. Stifel and KBW combined to rank among the top stock pickers and earnings estimators in the Thomson Reuters Analyst Awards. 2018 marks our 12th consecutive top 10 finish in this prestigious analyst survey. Figures include Keefe, Bruyette & Woods (KBW), a wholly owned subsidiary of Stifel Financial Corp., and other firms acquired by Stifel.
Learn More About Stifel & Chris Paganelli
- Visit Paganelli-WM.com
- More information about the Thomson Reuters Analyst Awards
- Email Chris: [email protected]
- Call Chris: (925) 746-6569
About the Opportunity Zones Podcast
Hosted by OpportunityDb.com founder Jimmy Atkinson, the Opportunity Zones Podcast features guest interviews from fund managers, advisors, policymakers, tax professionals, and other foremost experts in opportunity zones.
Jimmy: Welcome to “The Opportunity Zones Podcast.” I’m your host, Jimmy Atkinson.
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