Another option would be to set up a separate investment pool in your database. Investment activity would not be recorded to this investment pool. So, any funds assigned to the pool would not receive an allocation of investments earnings. The fund would be assigned to a standard net asset classification and would receive units based upon transactions.
Please note that transitioning a fund from not receiving an allocation of investment earnings to receiving an allocation can be difficult. If you have funds that will eventually receive an allocation, the above options both come with complications. As was noted in the first option above, funds assigned to a special net asset classification will not receive an allocation. But, these funds will not have any units. If you set up a fund per the first option, you would need to address how to handle the issue of no starting units. The second option would not have an issue with regard to starting units. However, the fund would need to be moved into your main endowment pool if it needed to begin receiving an allocation of investment earnings. This would require closing the fund in Fundriver and moving the fund balance over to a duplicate version of the fund in your main endowment pool.
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