Fund Overview2022-08-15T16:00:02-04:00

Fund Overview

The Wildermuth Fund seeks to provide long-term capital appreciation to investors by investing in a diversified portfolio of early-stage private equity positions in various asset classes including technology, real estate, healthcare, energy, and hedge funds. The Wildermuth Fund is not suitable for all investors.

Fund Characteristics

  • Closed-end interval fund
  • Continuously offered
  • Daily NAV
  • Simple tax reporting
  • Limited liquidity options
  • $2,500 minimum investment in A and C shares
  • $1,000,000 minimum investment in I shares
 A SharesC SharesI Shares
TickerWESFXWEFCXWEIFX
CUSIP96812D10796812D20696812D305
Inception Date12/31/20143/14/20164/28/2017
Dividend FrequencyQuarterlyQuarterlyQuarterly
Minimum Initial / Subsequent Investment$2,500 / $100$2,500 / $100$1M* / $10,000

*The Fund reserves the right to waive the investment minimum.

You should consider the shares to be an illiquid investment. Even though the Fund will make periodic repurchase offers to repurchase a portion of the shares to provide some liquidity to shareholders, only a limited number of shares will be eligible for repurchase by us. Once each quarter, the Fund will offer to repurchase at net asset value (NAV) per share no less than 5% of the outstanding shares of the Fund, unless such offer is suspended or postponed in accordance with regulatory requirements. The Fund may increase the size of these offerings up to a maximum of 25% of the Fund’s outstanding shares, in the sole discretion of the Board, but is not expected that the Board will do so. Investors should understand that valuation issues involving the Fund’s investments in early-stage and other private companies have led to delays in the completion of the Fund’s annual audit and the quarterly share repurchase program. A recurrence of this issue would further impact the liquidity of an investor’s shares. See Prospectus for complete Important Risk Disclosures. Replicating a private equity strategy by diversifying across asset classes involves increased costs which will impact the average individual investor returns.

The Fund by itself does not constitute a balanced investment program.