The TreesOfLives Fund is now launched. Be among the first to invest in this innovative new model.
The minimum investment amount is five thousand (5,000) in your country's currency for eligible investors. Show your interest so that we can make TreesOfLives accessible to all.
TreesOfLives allows you to recover your investment in one of two ways.
What return can I expect on my investment? It is important to remember that the principal and return can never be guaranteed. However, our land management models allow us to anticipate a return of between eight percent (8%) and twelve percent (12%) o ... read more.
The fund generates a return on investment through the commodities from the land and trees produced by the new and restored forests and agroforests. For example, some land management models will allow bananas, cocoa, coffee, medicinal plants, etc., to ... read more.
All amounts invested in the TreesOfLives Fund, net of any administrative or investment fees, are earmarked for projects to restore and reforest degraded lands in the regions where we work. For example, once the 2% administrative fee is deducted, 39% ... read more.
Expenses related to the TreesOfLives Fund are allocated as follows. A fee of 5% of the initial investment amount is charged in the first year. This fee allows us to develop new projects and investment opportunities. After that, an annual management f ... read more.
The exempt market allows companies seeking liquidity to solicit certain types of investors without having to prepare a prospectus. It is intended for risk-tolerant investors seeking to diversify their investment portfolio. TreesOfLives uses a broker ... read more.
Our sustainable model is designed to generate positive long-term economic, financial, social and environmental impacts for all stakeholders involved and not just an immediate return for one or the other. The communities, our partners, will benefit fr ... read more.
Your investor space will allow you to access real-time data on the amount of carbon sequestered and the impact on biodiversity that your investment generates. The information is based on data collected in the field and correlated with carbon sequestr ... read more.
To be considered a qualified investor in Canada, a person must have an annual income of more than seventy-five thousand dollars $75,000 (or a family income of one hundred twenty-five thousand dollars $125,000) or have at least four hundred thousand d ... read more.