Short-Term Notes

SV Short-Term Note I

Annualized Yield: 10%
Term: 12 Months

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1 "Annual interest," "Annualized Return" or "Target Returns" represents a projected annual target rate of interest or annualized target return, and not returns or interest actually obtained by investors or guaranteed to investors. “Term" represents the estimated term of the investment; the term of a Note is generally offered to investors at the discretion of the manager, and may exceed the estimated term by a significant amount of time. Unless otherwise specified in the offering documents, target interest or returns are based on an analysis performed by SV Capital Management of the potential inflows and outflows related to the transactions in which the strategy or fund has engaged and/or is anticipated to engage in over the estimated term of the fund. There is no guarantee that targeted interest or returns will be realized or achieved or that an investment will be successful. Actual performance may deviate from these expectations materially, including due to market or economic factors, portfolio management decisions, modeling error, or other reasons.

SV Short-Term Note I

Liquidity. Growth. Supervest’s Short-Term Note strives to achieve both to enable investors to grow their investment opportunities on our platform.

Annualized Rate

Investors are paid an annualized 10% rate
which consists of monthly payments.


Funds are expected to be repaid
in 12 months' time.


Investors have the option to roll their
investment into another note
at the date of maturity.

Example Investment:

With a target return of 10% per year and the interest is paid and compounded monthly, then the effective interest rate per month would be approximately 0.83%. To calculate the return on a $100,000 investment in this note, we can use the following formula:

Return = Principal * [(1 + Effective Interest Rate)^n - 1]

The “Principal” is the initial investment amount, which is $100,000 in this case
The ”Effective Interest Rate” is the monthly interest rate, which is approximately 0.83%
n is the number of months the investment is held

If we assume that the investment is held for 12 months, we can calculate the return as follows:
Return = $100,000 * [(1 + 0.0083)^12 - 1] = $10,406.15

Therefore, the return on a $100,000 investment in this note would be approximately $10,406.15.

*Note that this calculation assumes that the interest payments are reinvested immediately back into the principal each month.
**"This example is for illustrative purposes only and is not to be relied upon as investment advice. There can be no assurance that the investment objective will be achieved

Promissory Notes
on Supervest

Since October 2021, Supervest has been offering a high-yield,
mid-term note to investors to ensure a seamless way of investing
in the Commercial Asset space.

Frequently Asked Questions

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What are the terms?

12 month term, minimum $25,000 investment paying a target interest rate of 10% per annum. Interest payments are made monthly at 10% for 12 months. No fees - at the end of one year, the investor can choose to receive its entire principal or roll it over to enter into a new note.

The note is a promissory note paid by the underlying investments of merchant cash advances made by Supervest Investments LLC. The principal and interest (if selecting the reinvestment option) is invested into a portfolio of merchant cash advances. The portfolio is managed by a team from Supervest with extensive experience in the merchant cash advance industry and successfully managing merchant cash advance portfolios for several years.

Each series of Supervest Investments LLC invests in participation interests of merchant cash advances of the Funders who have been admitted onto the Supervest platform after extensive due diligence. Each series of Supervest Investments, LLC uses a proprietary credit box to determine the type of deals the series will participate in. Each series continually adjusts the portfolio to manage risk and diversification in order to meet note holders' interest payments and principal.