Newlook Capital Industrial Services Fund II

Building a portfolio of Industrial Service Companies with strong positive cash flow derived from mandated CODE COMPLIANT services.

Ideal for investors looking for:

  • High Yield Income Paid Quarterly – eligible for registered or non-registered plans.
  • Tax-Advantaged Income – non-registered plans. Distributions are deemed “Return of Capital” for tax purposes.**
  • A Reduction in Portfolio Volatility – adding assets with low correlation to the public equity can mitigate volatility risk.*
Investment Features

Targets acquisition of companies:

  • In code-compliant industries
  • With diversified customer base
  • Supported by multi-year service contracts
  • Strong and consistent cash flows
Code Compliant

Means any Federal, Provincial, Regional or City, Health & Safety, Fire, Environmental, Transportation, Measurements, or Building Code whereby a device or system is mandated to be inspected monthly, quarterly or annually.

This creates the recurring revenue in which Newlook feels mitigates risks and creates a long-term annuity type of business for unit holders.

TARGETED PREFERRED ANNUAL DISTRIBUTION

8% Per Annum Paid Quarterly**

 (4% paid Year 1 during initial acquisitions. Catch-up in Year 2)

PROFIT SHARE ON EXIT

Investors will receive up to 75% of net profits**
Sample Portfolio Companies
Key Highlights
    • Intends to build a portfolio of CODE COMPLIANT service companies.
    • Tax-advantaged Income (net after-tax)
    • Minimum investment only $10,000
    • Targeted 8% Preferred Distribution* paid quarterly to investors first.
    • Investors receive up to 75% of net profits at exit*.
    • 5 Year term (of Newlook Capital Industrial Services Fund II – subject to a possibility of two 18 month renewals thereafter)
    • Eligible for Registered Plans – RRSP, RRIF, LIRA, LIF, RESP & TFSA

Disclaimer:

An offering memornadum dated May 24, 2018 (The “Offering Memorandum”) containing important information relating to the securities described in this document has or will be filed with the securities regulatory authorities in each of the jurisdictions where a distribution has occured or will occur pursuant to the Offeirng Memorandum. This document does not provide disclosure of all information required for an investor to make an informed decision. Investors should read the Offering Memorandum of Newlook Capital Industrial Services Fund II, especially the risk factors relating to the issuer and the securities offered, before making an investment decision.

The information contained on this web page does not constitute a public offering to sell securities. Such an offer can only be made by way of an Offering Memorandum. Information above may contain forward-looking statements, including expectations of projected returns and cash flows. Investors are cautioned that assumptions used may cause actual results to differ materially from those predicted as a result of numerous known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors, many of which are beyond the control of the Issuer. These risks include, but are not limited to industry related risks, exchange rate changes  and changes in taxation laws. Any investments will be subject to “Know Your Client” and suitability requirements by Triview Capital Ltd our Exempt Market Dealer.

Exempt Market Products (Private Equity) investing shall be considered on the terms of a Confidential Offering Memorandum or other offering materials as may be applicable for investors in jurisdictions of Canada that meet certain eligiblity or minimum purchase requirements.

Regulators regard all priovate offerings as high risk although there can be significant differences in risk/reward characteristics. One of the primary reasons cited for the higher risk is lack of liquidity, in comparison to publicly-traded securities. Many offerings are now constructed in a “trust” arrangtement which allows for redemptions under certain conditions.

*Private Equity has typically low or no correlation to publicly-trades securities due to the absence of a secondary market. Investments that trade on the markeet ca experience extreme volatility despite the underlying fundamentals of a security. The Private Equity/Alternative investments lack of volatility risk is considered a major benefit by highly respected pensions allocating to this asset class.

The Canadian Securities Institute states “Alternative Investments allow the investor to move to a higher efficient frontier by increasing the number of opportunities available, increasing portfolio diversification and risk control, and add superior risk/return potential to the portofolio.”

**At the time of distribution, after priority payments, up to 75% of the remaining upside goes to investors. Upside is determined by the date of subscription for the Fund and ranges from 60-75%. Management anticipates distributions to be treated as Return of Capital of tax purposes, to the extent available, otherwise they will be treated as investment income. Growth in the Net Asset Value on exit may be treated as capital gains.