Alternative Investments
Supplement Income

In periods of persistently low interest rates, alternative sources of income have the potential to provide higher yields than traditional investments by seeking income from a broader opportunity set1.

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Supplement Income Basics

A focus on capital preservation and higher yields.

From private credit and private real estate to structured notes, our platform offers a menu of products that can enhance yield. Such income may be less sensitive to changes in broader interest rates enhancing capital preservation potential3.

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Testimonial
“What attracted us to CAIS was a combination of their comprehensive platform solution and their flexibility to accommodate the unique needs of BB&T Securities. CAIS will help us meet the growing demand of alternative investments from our financial advisors and their end-clients.” Mark Knezevich, Product Manager, Alternative Investments at BB&T Scott & Stringfellow

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