The Fund Manger
A fund manager is responsible for implementing a fund’s investing strategy and managing its portfolio trading activities. A fund manager implements the chosen investment strategy by selecting when to buy or sell the assets held in a portfolio.
A fund can be managed by one person, by two people as co-managers, or by a team of three or more people. Fund managers are paid a fee for their work, which is a percentage of the fund’s average assets under management. With our experience in the industry we will outsource qualified and experienced fud manager to mage the funds.
The fund legal advisor advises the managers on applicable regulatory obligations, including required filings, examinations and registrations. Once the fund’s terms and regulatory structure are defined, the fund advisor will begin preparation of the fund’s offering documents (including the PPM, partnership agreement, subscription agreement, and certain regulatory filings).
Further, with our experience in the industry we will outsource qualified and experienced fund functionaries to manage the funds. We will be able to refer our clients to other qualified functionaries, including administrators, prime brokers and auditors.