A closed-end, commingled opportunity fund is being created with an expected three-year life. It expects to acquire properties that it

A closed-end, commingled opportunity fund is being created with an expected three-year life. It expects to acquire properties that it expects to “turnaround” and sell at the end of three years for a gain. It also plans a minimum “target return” of 10 percent to investors, which will be based on cash distributions from operations and from the sale of properties at the end of the life of the fund. The opportunity fund manager expects to receive a “promote” equal to 25 percent of cash flows remaining after sale of the assets and after equity investors receive their minimum 10 percent target return. Cash flows are expected as follows:
a. What must be the cash flows to equity investors at the end of year 3 in order to achieve their total target 10 percent return on equity investment
b. How much of the proceeds from property sales must the fund manager receive in order to earn its 25 percent “promote”
c. After the equity investors earn their 10 percent target return (IRR) and the fund manager earns the 25 percent promote, how much will be distributed to equity investors
d. After the “promote” is paid to the fund manager in year 3, what will be the IRR to equity investors for the three-year investment period

The term organ reserve refers to:

The term organ reserve refers to:
A) some organs being paired rather than single.
B) the part of the total capacity of the body’s organs that is not normally used.
C) the steady increase of organ potential during physical maturation.
D) the output of energy during normal daily tasks.