Opportunity Zone incentives are designed to free "warehoused" capital to promote capital formation in communities that have traditionally been under invested. The goal is to improve the lives of the residents of these communities by attracting capital to improved infrastructure and perhaps most importantly create new jobs and increase wages.
The incentives can be used to facilitate business recapitalizations, management buyouts, entrepreneurial ventures, keeping multi-generational assets within a family, commercial real estate development and more.
Get to Know Us
Founder and Principal
Mr. Kelley has 30 years of experience in business and financial markets. He was early to recognize the potential of Opportunity Zones to change the course of capital flows. Through his writings and presentations Mr. Kelley has become a leading voice on Opportunity Zones and how investors and community leaders can benefit from them. He is active in the entrepreneurial community having served as a mentor, board member and occasional pitch competition judge. Previously he focused on investing in emerging markets for a family office and worked at several investment banks raising capital in the technology, alternative energy and healthcare industries. Michael has a B.A. in Economics from the University of Massachusetts.
Chief Operating Officer
Ms. Tyminski is a results-driven professional with 25+ years of experience in management, human resources, and leadership. She is adept at identifying challenges, defining solutions and implementing new processes and procedures to drive results. Currently she is running a non-profit that promotes the engineering profession in the built environment. She is Vice President of the Association of Junior Leagues International, a 140,000 member organization. She is a highly active volunteer for her alma mater, Smith College and is the immediate past President of the Boston Smith College Club. Elizabeth is a MBA recipient from Boston College where she graduated first in her class.
HOW COLLECTORS OF ART BENEFIT FROM QOFS
CPA Journal March 2019
Michael Kelley co-authors this article describing how changes in the tax law have taken away "like kind exchanges" for those with capital gains in collectibles (art, precious metals etc.) but it has also given collectors a powerful new tool in the form of Qualified Opportunity Funds
PRESERVING GENERATIONAL WEALTH
CPA Journal January 2020
Michael Kelley co-authors this article. Irrevocable grantor trusts (IGTs) have long been uses to pass down appreciating assets, such as family businesses or real estate, through generations. IGTs flaw is that it can make capital gains tax worse. Qualified Opportunity Funds can eliminate these capital gains. It is a powerful pairing.
OPPORTUNITY ZONE WEBINAR
March 4th 2020
Park View Investment's hosted a very successful opportunity zone webinar through the CPA Academy. We had over a thousand participant from the CPA, wealth management and legal communities. The webinar discusses the recently finalized OZ regulations and many creative ways QOFs can be used to create tax efficient results.
Park View Investments
One Beacon Street
Boston, MA 02108