Here you would list a summary of the fund you are looking to invest in.
Long track record...
Market leading reputation...
Ability to source deals below market price...
Below you will find Mara Invest Fund's pitchbook, Private Placement Memorandum (PPM), Limited Partnership Agreement (LPA). Please read through these and one you are done, click on the link below to generate the application form for our SPV.
Provide us with documentation for KYC
We utilise SumSub, a certified KYC provider to help process your documentation to verify your identity and pass AML checks. You can upload your documents via their portal, which is accessible by scanning the below QR code or by clicking this link:
You can mix and match how you upload documents and your progress will be saved. For example, you can scan the above QR code on your phone to take a picture of your ID and click the above link on your computer to upload your proof of address.
Passport / ID and Proof of address (utility bill, bank statement, mortgage statement, dated within 3 months)
Corporate investment entities
If an investor is investing through an entity, all UBOs of the entity above 25% will need to provide the above ID documents in the manner described. The investor will also need to provide the following company documents:
Certificate of incorporation or equivalent
Latest annual account, (if available)
Recent Articles of Association or equivalent
Signed authorised signatory list (including signature specimen and powers)
Current shareholder register for the investor and each company in the structure
Should you face any difficulties with uploading the documents onto SumSub, feel free to share them to email@example.com instead
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Click one of the following forms if you are investing in your own name or via a personal investment vehicle or on behalf of a corporate
What happens to my money after I subscribe to a fund?Investments into private funds are not like an investment into a stock, crypto asset or mutual fund, where your money is invested at day 1. Money is typically taken from investors by private fund managers when an investment is needed to be made via a process called a "capital call", in which a notification is sent to the investor requesting the required funding within a specific period. The minimum commitment is not taken from our investors at day 1, but rather taken over the investment period of the private fund, typically 4 years. Because we are acting on behalf of a large number of investors for the fund manager, we make this process easier by taking % of your capital at day 1 as a form of deposit, which sits in the feeder vehicle's bank account until it is required by the fund manager. We then request the remaining capital from you in subsequent periods.
Who can make an investment on the platform?Our platform can be used by individual investors that meet the "Sophisticated Investor", "Hight Net Worth Investor" and Professional Investor classifications. As part of your registration process to our platform, we will give you a questionnaire to complete to verify which of these classifications you meet. The questionnaire has a number of questions that should take 5 minutes to complete, so please bear with us - we are obliged to give you this as per our own regulatory responsibilities. It is also essential for the Fund's own regulatory responsibilities that you meet these classifications.
How can I track the performance of my investments?Portfolios are updated every 3 months by fund managers, which is less frequent than investments in the listed equities sector which typically provides frequent market pricing. The Mara team will email you when we receive reporting information from the fund manager, which will include a personal account statement laying out your investment and the remaining amount of commitment left to fund.
What if I have any questions about the platform or its products?If you get stuck on any part of subscription process for private funds, please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a time to speak so that we can help you.
Is Mara regulated?Mara Invest Limited is an Appointed Representative of Talbot Capital Limited, which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FRN: 489839). The regulatory permissions granted to us by Talbot means that we are authorised to arrange deals and market to Qualified Investors: "Sophisticated"; "High Net Worth"; and "Professional".