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SQN Capital Partners, LLC attending FPA National 2012

September 26, 2012

The conference will be held September 29-October 3 at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio, TX.  Attending from SQN will be Michael Ponticello of SQN Capital Management, LLC along with Isaac Gregory from SQN Realty Finance, LLC.

Fund III invests in IT network infrastructre

September 6, 2012

On August 31, 2012, SQN Alternative Investment Fund III L.P. (“Fund III”) made an investment of approximately £863,000 (approximately $1,368,000 after applicable exchange rates) secured by IT network infrastructure and software leased to Fulcrum Group Holdings Limited (“Fulcrum”).  The assets and equipment were recently installed and are subject to a 36 month lease.  Fund III’s  Continue Reading »

SQN attended and presented at the Business & Wealth Management Forum

August 24, 2012

 Located at the Hyatt Regency Denver, Downtown Denver, CO the conference will be held September 13-15 and both sides of SQN Capital Partners will be represented.  Michael Ponticello and Keith Pettus, CAIA, CFA will be in attendance from SQN Capital Management along with Isaac Gregory from SQN Realty Finance. We will be hosting a Pre-Conference  Continue Reading »

SQN attended 3rd Annual FA/PW Alternative Conference

June 25, 2012

SQN Capital Management will be attending the Third Annual Financial Advisor/Private Wealth Innovative Alternative Investment Strategies Conference  this July 30-31 in Denver, CO. Additionally, Keith Pettus, CAIA, CFA of SQN Capital Managment will be a guest panel speaker on: Absolute Return Funds: Many Styles, Many Goals Absolute return funds encompass a wide variety of low-volatility  Continue Reading »

NAPFA Magazine Article

June 18, 2012

SQN mentioned in article written by NAPFA Member Jerry Verseput. NAPFA Advisor Magazine article – March 2012

Windsor’s Water Turbines

June 13, 2012

SQN fund provides financing for hydroelectric plant at Windsor Castle. Windsor’s Water Turbines   Archimedes screws in the River Thames mentioned in story by the Financial Times.