Mr. Starkey has extensive experience in the financial markets and FinTech. He previously worked at Indxis, where he was the driving force behind the creation of the ETF index licensing/index services/index technology business.
duETS are tied to the changes in a particular underlying index over a certain period, ending at a Valuation Date. Each series of the Global Index Group Real Estate Trust (the “Trust”) issues two classes of equity securities, Up securities and Down securities. The number of Up securities and Down securities in each class is always equal. At the Valuation Date, by formula, the dollar gains in the Down securities are mirrored by losses in the Up securities, and vice versa.
Global Index Group, Inc. (“GIG”) is the sponsor of the Global Index Group Real Estate Trust (the “Trust”). The securities issued by each series of the Trust are issued or will be issued in continuous private offerings. The securities may only be purchased and traded by “Qualified Institutional Buyers,” as defined in Rule 144A under the Securities Act of 1933 (“1933 Act”), or investors who are not “U.S. Persons,” as defined in Regulation S under the 1933 Act and pursuant to the terms of Regulation S. Investors may need to meet other requirements as applicable.
As with any investment, purchasing the securities involves risk, and you may lose some or all of your investment. You must make your own decision about whether and how much to invest in the securities. GIG and its affiliates cannot make and are not making any investment recommendations or otherwise providing any investment advice regarding your potential investment.
GIG has prepared a private placement memorandum (Contact Us to receive the PPM) for the offering of securities by certain series of the Trust. Before you invest in the securities of a particular series, you should read the PPM for that series and other information about the Trust, Series, and securities provided through this website or through the Trust’s agent, CBRE Capital Advisors, Inc.