Lock-Up Period

Lock-Up Period

by Richard C. Wilson & Family Offices Group Association Team

Family Office Definition: Lock-Up Period

Lock-Up Period definition:  A lock-up period is a time restriction where an investor is not permitted to sell or redeem shares. The purpose is to allows the investment fund manager to deploy capital in illiquid assets (such as real estate or privately held businesses).  A lock-up period is typical of hedge funds and initial public offerings (IPOs).

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