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Fund Description

The LSQ SPAC Fund is an open-end investment fund whose objective is to generate consistent positive risk-adjusted returns with low volatility and low correlation to the equity markets by investing in publicly-listed Special Purpose Acquisition Corporations (“SPACs”). SPACs are 'blind pools' that raise capital through an initial public offering (“IPOs”). The Fund will acquire over time a diversified portfolio of US listed SPACs purchased through both IPOs and the secondary market. The Fund’s investments will include common equities, derivative instruments and other securities including the selling short of such securities and the use of leverage against such long and short positions. See Offering Memorandum for full details.

 Fund Details
Strategy  Special Purpose Acquisition Corporations (SPACs)
RSP Eligible  Yes
Subscription Frequency  Monthly, on the last business day of each month
Currency, Classes, 
Fundserv Codes and
Management Fees
C$
US$
 Management Fee
Performance Fee
F     
SPA1500
USF
SPA1510
2.00% pa
20%
Minimum Investment  $25,000 for accredited investors; $150,000 for non-accredited investors
High Water Mark  Yes.  No reset.  Crystallized quarterly
Lock-up Period  None
Redemption Frequency  Quarterly, on the last business day of each calendar quarter
Redemption Notice  30 calendar days
Early Redemption Fee  3% if redeemed within 1 year
Trustee/Advisor  Spartan Fund Management Inc.
Prime Broker  CIBC World Markets
Auditor  Deloitte LLP
Fund Administrator  SGGG Fund Services Inc.
Legal Counsel  McMillan LLP
Inception Date  January 31, 2019


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


 

 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

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