Theoretically, yes, in secondary trading, but that would require all shares to be available for purchase. For initial offerings, the maximum investment by any investor is 20% of the total shares of a particular series or company, although such maximum thresholds may be waived by Otis at its sole discretion. For future alternative assets, there may be different limits, which would be disclosed in various places.

It should be noted that the name of any investor who purchases or holds more than 10% of a given series or asset will be disclosed in various publicly visible filings made with the SEC.

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