When clients do express a desire not to administer complex structures, or directly interface with new or expanded capital sources, then we as fiduciaries are able to step into their shoes and carry out the ground level, localized work that goes into the maintenance of sound compliance policies and procedures, as well as the related interactions with and reporting to those sources of capital. We consider the myriad issues investors might have during the time capital is deployed to an issuer, and in doing so help move considerable administrative, non-investment related work, off of the shoulders of our issuer clients. In carrying out our work, we actively seek to better understand the specific investment and reporting preferences of our issuers and investors, in each case to better harmonize their communications with one another. It is many times true that issuers fall short in terms of compliance systems, reporting protocols, or simply the time to manage their investors. We recognize this, and instead of being asked to help when something goes awry, we prefer to help our clients before, or indeed after, they identify the need.