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To help the government fight the funding of terrorism and money—laundering activities, and to verify your identity, federal law may require Midstreet Capital to obtain your name, date of birth, address and a government—issued identification number before opening your account. If you are acting on behalf of a corporate entity, we may be required to obtain your name and title, and the corporation’s address and government—issued identification number.
Conflicts of Interest
Midstreet Capital and its affiliates may from time to time engage in activities that are in conflict with their clients. The employees of Midstreet Capital, its contract consultants, and its affiliates are bound to the client’s best interests and are required to notify Midstreet Capital of any possible or potential conflict of interest which may result from their other activities, and may commence such other activities only after the prior, written approval of Midstreet Capital, which may not be unreasonably withheld. Potential conflicts that may exist where Midstreet Capital provides services to Lenders and Clients, may be a shareholder or investor in a lender.
All investing is risky, and no investor should decide to commit funds without first consulting with a competent professional adviser. Some or all invested funds can be lost. The past performance of any investment, investment strategy or investment style is not indicative of future performance. Future results may vary, and are not guaranteed. The value of investments and their income may increase or decrease, and a loss of principal — including all principal — may occur. Acquiring private companies as an individual, business or strategic is to be viewed as an investment and possess certain risk.
Midstreet Capital is primarily a private placement banker and broker. A private placement is the sale of registered or unregistered securities to a limited number of qualified private investors, including institutional investors, accredited individuals, and entities that meet certain investor eligibility requirements. Securities purchased through private placements typically fall into the category of alternative assets. However, private placements generally are highly illiquid, and are not subject to public disclosure obligations. Investors should consult professional advisers, perform deep due diligence, and engage in careful deliberation before investing.