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Asset Management: Managing money is only the beginning

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Hear directly from Abbot Downing investment specialists about how we serve our clients as their chief investment officer, offering investment opportunities not readily available to the average investor. Bringing together experienced professionals from across business specialties, we address the unique challenges of managing wealth for multigenerational families, taking into account a family’s history, values, and long-term planning.


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Alternative investments carry specific investor qualifications which can include high income and net-worth requirements as well as relatively high investment minimums. They are complex investment vehicles which generally have high costs and substantial risks. The high expenses often associated with these investments must be offset by trading profits and other income. They tend to be more volatile than other types of investments and present an increased risk of investment loss. There may also be a lack of transparency as to the underlying assets. Alternative investments are subject to fewer regulatory requirements than mutual funds and other registered investment company products and thus may offer investors fewer legal protections than they would have with more traditional investments. Additionally, there may be no secondary market for alternative investment interests and transferability may be limited or even prohibited. Other risks may apply as well, depending on the specific investment product.

Wells Fargo & Company and its affiliates do not provide legal advice. Please consult your legal and tax advisors to determine how this information may apply to your own situation.

This video was prepared by Abbot Downing for informational and educational purposes only.

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