Form D Worth Mentioning Today: Dynamic Commodity Strategies Fund Filing. Matthew C Moss Submitted Nov 29 form

Pooled Investment Fund Dynamic Commodity Strategies Fund - Matthew C Moss

Dynamic Commodity Strategies Fund Form D

The Washington-based Dynamic Commodity Strategies Fund had published SEC form D about $167.81 million offering. The date of first sale was 2013-07-31. The raised $167.81 million. The offering is still open. The total private offering amount amount was $167.81 million. The offering filing was filed on 2016-11-29. Dynamic Commodity Strategies Fund’s clarification was: Russell Investments Implementation Services, LLC is not compensated for its services in connection with this offering out of the offering proceeds or Issuer’s assets, or by the Issuer’s investors..

Dynamic Commodity Strategies Fund is based in Washington. The firm’s business is Pooled Investment Fund. The form D was filed by Matthew C Moss CFO of the Managing Member of the Issuer. The company was incorporated more than five years ago. The filler’s address is: Russell Investments Funds Mgmt, Llc, 1301 Second Avenue, 18Th Floor, Seattle, Wa, Washington, 98101. Issuer Russell Investments Institutional Funds, Llc is the related person in the form and it has address: C/O Russell Investments Funds Mgmt, Llc, 1301 Second Avenue, 18Th Floor, Seattle, Wa, Washington, 981011. Link to Dynamic Commodity Strategies Fund Filing: 000165982816000011.

Analysis of Dynamic Commodity Strategies Fund Offering

On average, companies in the Pooled Investment Fund sector, sell 37.80% investment fund interests. Dynamic Commodity Strategies Fund sold 100.00% of the offering. The average investment floor size is $24.76 million for companies in the Pooled Investment Fund industry sector. The minimum investment for Dynamic Commodity Strategies Fund ‘s private offering was $0.

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