• eperezmpc

Rowe & Sander acquisition announced

Create a blog post subtitle that summarizes your post in a few short, punchy sentences and entices your audience to continue reading.

Welcome to your blog post. Use this space to connect with your readers and potential customers in a way that’s current and interesting. Think of it as an ongoing conversation where you can share updates about business, trends, news, and more.

“Do you have a design in mind for your blog? Whether you prefer a trendy postcard look or you’re going for a more editorial style blog - there’s a stunning layout for everyone.”

You’ll be posting loads of engaging content, so be sure to keep your blog organized with Categories that also allow visitors to explore more of what interests them.

Create Relevant Content

Writing a blog is a great way to position yourself as an authority in your field and captivate your readers’ attention. Do you want to improve your site’s SEO ranking? Consider topics that focus on relevant keywords and relate back to your website or business. You can also add hashtags (#vacation #dream #summer) throughout your posts to reach more people, and help visitors search for relevant content.

Blogging gives your site a voice, so let your business’ personality shine through. Choose a great image to feature in your post or add a video for extra engagement. Are you ready to get started? Simply create a new post now.

0 views0 comments

The best way of preparing for the future is to take good care of the present,

because we know that if the present is made up of the past, then the future will be made up of the present.

All we need to be responsible for is the present moment.

Only the present is within our reach.

To care for the present is to care for the future.

- Thich Nhat Hanh

Certified by the City of Boston as a Minority Business Enterprise and Small Business Enterprise

Certified by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts as a Minority Business Enterprise

Additional Information, Disclosures & Disclaimers

Mission Park Capital, LLC ("Mission Park Capital" or the "Firm") is a Registered Investment Advisor ("RIA"), registered with the Securities Division of the Office of the Secretary of State of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Registration of an investment advisor does not imply any specific level of skill or training, and does not constitute an endorsement of the firm by Massachusetts or other state securities regulators or the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”). The Firm may only conduct business in any state in which it is properly registered or qualified to conduct business by virtue of a state "de minimus" exemption. Certifications by the City of Boston and Commonwealth of Massachusetts do not imply and do not constitute an endorsement of the firm by the City or Massachusetts.

This web site is intended to provide general information about Mission Park Capital. It is not intended to offer investment, tax or legal advice. You can view the current Firm Disclosure Brochure, license, and registration through the SEC's Investment Adviser Public Disclosure ("IAPD") website at You can view the firm's Table of Fees for Services, as required by the Securities Division of the Office of the Secretary of State of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, here.

Investing in financial instruments involves risks including, but not limited to, the potential loss of principal, unanticipated market risk, financial or political developments, and all are subject to other various risks which may change over time. Investing in financial instruments will only occur if suitable for, and agreed upon by, the client based on their needs and risk tolerance, in conjunction with whether it fits well with their overall financial holdings. In adhering to a fiduciary standard, Mission Park Capital works with clients to construct portfolios, asset allocations, and financial plans which align with their best interest. While the firm has no minimum amount of assets required, further details regarding pricing for assets under management less than $300,000 can be found in the Firm Disclosure Brochure, which can be made available upon request or via the IAPD website.

Regarding (i) 12b-1 fees and (ii) wrap fees: (i) 12b-1 fees are paid out of fund assets to cover the costs of marketing and selling [of mutual] fund shares; and (ii) a wrap fee generally involves an investment account where you are charged a single, bundled, or “wrap” fee for investment advice, brokerage services, administrative expenses, and other fees and expenses. Details in this informational paragraph were sourced via the SEC's website.

Regarding Qualified Clients, from Item 6 of the Firm Disclosure Brochure: Qualified Clients must meet one or more of the following requirements--(i) Client is a natural person who, or a company that, immediately after entering into the contract has at least $1,000,000 under management of the Advisor; (ii) Client is a natural person who, or a company that, immediately prior to entering into the contract, has a net worth (together, in the case of a natural person, with assets held jointly with a spouse) of more than $2,100,000 at the time the contract is entered into (excluding the equity in the Clients' primary residence) reduced by any indebtedness that is secured by the Client's primary residence in excess of the estimate fair market value of the residence; (iii) Client is a qualified purchaser as defined in section 2(a)(51)(A) of the Investment Company Act of 1940 at the time the contract is entered into.

Icons in Pricing section made by Pixel Perfect from Flaticon.

© 2018 - 2021 by Mission Park Capital, LLC

Located in Boston, MA