St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) March 12, 2012
Museums along with experts of varying disciplines will hand-pick “Art assets” of high value and growth potential and pool them into Exchange Traded Rarity Funds (ETRF’s). ETRFs are then registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission and offered in fractional shares to investors through independent IPOs. Although the public inherits ownership in the form of trade value, museums and galleries will maintain the physical rights to the assets.
The following summarizes the financial benefit to private museums and collectors:
- Increased public exposure.
- New capital generated from each IPO.
- No change in physical location or usage rights.
- Rarity funds will assume insurance overhead.
It is LRE's mission to facilitate public access to innovative investment alternatives through a new exchange process.
We plan to achieve our mission by: (1) Networking investment fund managers with museums and collectors to create a new alternative investment platform; (2) Governing the review and approval of all rarity fund proposals; (3) Maintaining transparency and SEC compliance; (4) Providing all manner of information regarding the exchange and its funds to the public through a comprehensive database; (5) Expanding the depth and scope of our Intellectual Property.
LIQUID RARITY EXCHANGE
8000 Bonhomme Ave. Ste. 220
ST. LOUIS, MO 63105, USA
LRE Website: http://www.liqrx.com
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Information on this website is intended for reference purposes only. For a complete understanding of Liquid Rarity Exchange and Saigh & Son, LLC (referred to herein as LRE and S&S) intellectual property,readers must refer to patent number US 8,015,069 B2. No information presented on this website is intended to limit or otherwise alter the scope of LRE and S&S claimed subject matter and intellectual property.