An investor should carefully consider the investment objectives, risks, charges, and expenses of the Arca US Treasury Fund before investing.
This and other important information is available in the Fund’s prospectus, which should be reviewed carefully prior to investing. To obtain a prospectus, please visit https://arcoin.arcalabs.com or call 1-800-445-3148.
The Fund’s Annual Operating Expense Ratio, as reflected in the current prospectus is 3.22%, however, Management has entered into an expense limitation agreement pursuant to which the Fund’s expenses will not exceed 0.75% for the first year after the effective date of the Fund’s prospectus. For more details relating to the fund’s expenses, please review the prospectus.
No assurance can be given that the Fund will achieve its investment objective, and investment results may vary substantially over time and from period to period.
An investment in the Fund involves risk, including loss of principal. An investment in the Fund is suitable only for investors who can bear the risks associated with limited liquidity in the shares and the uncertainty of emerging technologies and should be viewed as a long-term investment.
Other risks specifically associated with the Arca U.S. Treasury Fund are detailed in the prospectus and include no history of operations risk, conflict of interest risk, interval fund risk, no minimum amount of proceeds risk, fund closure risk, liquidity risk, tax related risks, credit and non-payment risk, interest rate risk, portfolio management risk, market risk, repurchase agreement risk, portfolio turnover risk, call risk, valuation risk and issuer risk.
Interval Fund Risk. The Fund is a closed-end fund operating as an interval fund. Among other things, interval funds differ from open-end management investment companies (commonly referred to as mutual funds) in that they do not generally redeem their shares at the option of the shareholder (other than pursuant to the Repurchase Offer Policy). By comparison, mutual funds issue securities that are redeemable daily at NAV at the option of the shareholder and typically engage in a continuous offering of their shares. Mutual fund shares do not trade in the secondary market. Mutual funds are subject to continuous asset in-flows and out-flows that can complicate portfolio management, whereas closed-end funds, including interval funds, generally can stay more fully invested in securities consistent with the fund’s investment objective and policies.
The Arca U.S. Treasury Fund is the first registered funds to offer digital securities and there are additional risks associated with this feature of the Fund, including regulatory risk, liquidity risk, emerging technology risk, operational and technology risk, and risks specifically associated with Ethererum blockchain. There is the risk that management may be unable to successfully use blockchain technology to validate ownership and transfer ArCoin.
For details regarding all of the risks described above, please review the prospectus.
Arca Capital Management, LLC (“Arca Capital”) serves as adviser to the Arca U.S. Treasury Fund, and the Fund is distributed by Ceros Financial Services, Inc., Member FINRA/SIPC (“Ceros”). Arca Capital and Ceros are not affiliated.