Yes. While Cable Car encourages prospective clients to establish a direct relationship, certain of its services are available to clients of third-party, unaffiliated investment advisers. Access to Cable Car’s services through a third party may be more appropriate for investors who have established, broader advisory relationships or prefer a more diversified, multi-manager portfolio. Cable Car may act as a subadviser to funds of funds and wealth managers. Cable Car has also entered into a limited licensing arrangement through which it provides trading data to Covestor Ltd. Cable Car’s relationships with third-party investment advisers are non-exclusive and are subject to negotiated terms that may differ from Cable Car’s general mandate. As a matter of policy, Cable Car does not select or recommend third-party investment advisers.
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