Today’s question comes from Marc who asks: “I’m hearing from a few institutional investors that they’re not making any decisions for the next 90 days. Some of the investments they made in 2021 have run into difficulty and the investment committee is gun-shy about making any decisions about new projects in the current environment.
Given this feedback, Would it be unethical for me to discuss the project with other investors at the present time? Should I wait another 90 days for things to stabilize before holding any any investor conversations? Somehow just losing 90 days doesn’t feel like a good plan. What are your thoughts?”
Host: Victor Menasce