Self-Directed IRA Platform Alto Introduces Capital Raise Solution to Help Issuers Access IRA Funds

Alto, a self-directed IRA platform that enables individuals to invest in alternative assets using their retirement funds, announced “a breakthrough solution that makes it easy for issuers to raise capital by tapping into the more than $10T held in IRAs.”

The Alto platform “simplifies raising IRA capital by replacing what was a people- and paper-intensive process with a streamlined investing experience.”

Now, issuers can “create an offering and invite investors in just a few simple clicks through a seamless, end-to-end tech solution.”

Eric Satz, Founder and CEO of Alto, said:

“Issuers have historically overlooked trillions of dollars in IRA capital because the process for accepting it was complicated and time-consuming. Alto’s tech-forward capital raising platform is a game changer, enabling issuers to create an account, upload their financing documents, and invite investors, all in just minutes.”

With more than $1B in assets under administration and nearly 30,000 clients, Alto continues to lead the way by “reducing the operational burden of raising IRA capital.”

With Alto, issuers “can administer distributions and capital calls directly from their Alto dashboard.” To date, Alto has “enabled more than 2,000 issuers to tap IRA capital, with an average investment size of $63,000.”

Satz added:

“We’re proud to have built a vehicle that empowers everyday Americans to invest in alternative assets, and issuers are key to this equation. By making it easier for funds, founders, and issuers to raise capital with IRA money, we’re taking another step toward redefining what the future of investing for retirement looks like.”

As noted in the update, Alto is “a self-directed IRA solution that enables individuals to diversify their portfolios by investing in alternative assets like private equity, venture capital, real estate, farmland, and crypto using retirement funds.”

Alto IRA and Alto CryptoIRA “offer the same tax advantages as more conventional, legacy IRAs while providing access to investment opportunities not offered by most custodians—without complicated or hidden fees.”

Alto’s investment partners “include AcreTrader, AngelList, Masterworks, and Coinbase—which provides access to more than 200 coins and tokens—giving Alto users numerous ways to diversify their investments.”

Alto is “not a registered broker-dealer or investment advisor.”

Alto does “not promote or endorse individual investment opportunities and does not provide legal, tax, or investment advice to its clients.”

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