In signing an investment contract, you undertake to invest an amount of your own choosing. You thereby give permission for Jet Fund to ask for those funds during the investment period through a so-called “capital call”. During the first three years of the investment horizon, there are several capital calls, typically before businesses are acquired. For example, Jet 1 Fund used six capital calls within its investment period. When a capital call is made, you have 30 days to send the requested amount to the fund. Once you have done so, you receive a proportionate number of shares in the fund in dematerialised form. In addition, after each capital call, you also receive an account statement from which you can determine the precise number of shares you hold in the fund.