Diamonds are a portfolio diversification asset that store and create value, as well as are uncorrelated to stocks, and less volatile than commodities like gold and silver.
With the current economic outlook of inflation, instability, and uncertainty, now is the time to expand your portfolio and join Kimby!
At Kimby we remove high barriers to entry that have made it difficult for investors to invest in diamonds, such as...
We search the market for exclusive high-value diamonds with potential for wealth preservation and appreciation.
We select the diamond and prepare the Offering for investors to participate
After the Offering closes, members receive their units and can monitor them on their dashboard.
The diamond is held for 1-10 years, and when the time is right, we sell it and members receive pro-rata proceeds.*
We’re one of the first platforms making natural diamond investing a reality.
In addition, our exclusive partnerships allow us to source diamonds early in the value chain at -- or even below -- fair market value.
Yes, international investors who meet the eligibility criteria are allowed. However, Kimby reserves the right to reject potential international investors for any reason. Additionally, international investors may be subject to additional restrictions and conditions. It is recommended that you consult your own professional financial, legal, and tax advisors before becoming a member.
Kimby issuers are Delaware series limited liability companies that elect to be taxed as partnerships. Each person that holds Kimby issuer units will be sent a Form K-1 following the end of each tax year. We do not anticipate that any Kimby issuer will generate taxable income during any tax year, other than the tax year in which the diamond is sold and only if the diamond is sold at a profit. The tax consequences to you as an investor will vary depending upon your specific circumstances. You are advised to consult with your tax advisor prior to making an investment.
Yes, there are minimum and maximum subscription limits. In most cases, the minimum subscription amount is $5,000 per Offering, and the maximum subscription amount will depend on the total price of the Offering and applicable laws. However, both minimum and maximum amount restrictions may vary at our sole discretion and by applicable laws. The minimum subscription amount will be indicated on the Offering card as, for example, "$5,000 min".
Please note that once a subscription is received, it is irrevocable by you but can be partially or fully rejected by us.
Yes, entities that are accredited investors and pass KYC checks or applicable eligibility criteria are allowed to participate.
Yes, there are transfer and selling restrictions. As a private security, the units you purchase are not freely tradable and are subject to internal policy and legal restrictions. Members can only transfer and/or sell their interest by applicable laws and with our consent. You can find more information in the Offering documents.
One common regulation that applies to the resale of private, restricted, and control securities is SEC Rule 144. This rule sets the conditions under which such securities can be resold without registration. Typically, there is a yearly hold period. We may also withhold our consent to any transfer or sale at our discretion, depending on the circumstances.
Please read all relevant documents and consult with your professional tax, legal, and financial advisors before becoming a member to ensure that you understand the transfer and selling restrictions and the associated risks.