Investments through IPOGO are structured through fund vehicles. IPOGO has engaged a fund administrator, who has been contracted and paid to administer IPOGO funds, including providing K-1s and making distributions to investors for the life of a given fund. In the event that IPOGO were to become insolvent, we would engage a back-up manager to step into the platform’s role as a fund manager. The back-up manager would assume IPOGO’s role as manager, doing things like coordinating with the administrator. IPOGO has allocated capital to execute this plan.