Moonfare is a private equity investing platform making top-tier funds available to retail and institutional investors at lower minimums.

How you make money
Minimum Investment
Target Return
Open to
Accredited Investors

How you make money

Private markets form the bedrock of many institutional and high-net-worth portfolios. You, too, can use private equity and venture capital to diversify, decrease market correlation, reduce volatility and look for higher risk-adjusted returns. The Moonfare investment team carefully curates a dynamic selection of funds from top-tier managers. They look for consistent risk-adjusted performance throughout economic cycles as well as clear ties between return generation and the fund’s investment strategy. Among other areas, Moonfare looks for terms to be transparent and create ample alignment of interest between the fund manager and LPs.

How they make money

Moonfare charges a 0.5% annual management fee. They also charge companies a partnership and structuring fees.

Investment Risks

Investments in alternative investment funds, and private equity investments via feeder funds in particular, are speculative and involve a high degree of risk. Investors who can't afford to lose their entire investment should not invest. Prospective investors should carefully consider the risk warnings and disclosures for the respective fund or investment vehicle set out on the platform. The value of an investment may decrease as well as increase and investors may not be able to retrieve their original investment. Past performance does not guarantee future performance. An investment in a fund or investment vehicle is not the same as a deposit with a banking institution. Please look to the respective fund documentation for details about potential risks, charges and expenses. Additionally, investors will typically receive illiquid and/or restricted membership interests that may be subject to holding period requirements and/or liquidity concerns. In the most sensible investment strategy for private equity investing, private equity should only be a part of your overall investment portfolio. The private equity portion of your portfolio may also include a balanced portfolio of different private equity funds. Investments in private equity are highly illiquid and those investors who cannot hold an investment for the long term (at least 10 years) should not invest.

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