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hedge fund marketing

Drumming Up Business With a Different Drummer

March 18, 2014

Counting the number of hedge funds in the world is like trying to follow the Major League pitching career of Octavio Dotel. It’s incredibly complicated and subject to sudden change. The former Met-Astro-A-Yank-Royal-Brave-Northsider-Buc-Dodger-Rockie-Jay-Card-Tiger free agent might be running out of teams, though, but the tally of hedge funds just keeps growing. At Hedge Fund Research’s last [...]

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Perfect Pitch – How Not to Be Tone-Deaf to Investors

February 4, 2014

If you’re managing a hedge fund, it goes without saying that you’re off-the-scale smart when it comes to the math underlying investment analysis. You probably have a model that can pick winners, winnow out the losers and provide a return on capital that’s the envy of all your peers. What you need to understand is [...]

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Domiciling a New Hedge Fund – Key Considerations

January 17, 2013

When starting a hedge fund, determining in which country to launch the new fund is among the highest priorities of a manager. The decision of where to domicile the new fund can have a huge impact on the type of investors that will be attracted, associated costs, regulatory governance, speed of the launch, strategies that can [...]

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Monitoring Hedge Fund Rules – a Critical Element for Successful Managers

November 22, 2012

The headline-grabbing scandals of the past decade have transformed the hedge fund industry and given rise to an emphasis on compliance. For new hedge fund managers the challenge is to become familiar with and constantly monitor the rules and regulatory proposals coming out of myriad agencies here and abroad that are ever increasing their oversight [...]

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The Compliance Responsibilities of a New Fund Manager

October 30, 2012

Starting a new hedge fund is an all-consuming enterprise, even for seasoned hedge fund managers who’ve been through the start-up process previously. In every direction there are time-critical issues that must be attended to, ranging from hedge fund marketing to get the endeavor off the ground to creating infrastructure, such as IT, staffing, organizing ongoing [...]

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Generating Momentum When Raising Assets for a Hedge Fund

September 25, 2012

When it comes to hedge fund marketing and raising assets, generating momentum can prove to be a tough prospect. Raising capital is all about creating relationships, demonstrating solid results and planning. New fund managers starting a hedge fund are immediately faced with the prospect of attracting assets from unfamiliar investors who are going to want [...]

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Investor Questions You Should Expect When Marketing a Hedge Fund

September 13, 2012

When it comes to starting a hedge fund or stepping an existing fund up to the next level, garnering assets through assorted fund solicitation efforts targeted to investor groups ranging from individuals to institutions is an ongoing fact of life—no money and there’s no hedge fund to manage. This holds true whether you’re the new manager [...]

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Hedge Funds Are Marketing Transparency Better

February 14, 2011

Hedge funds may be taking risk management and transparency more seriously than their other financial brethren, in part due to an influx of capital and interest from large institutional investors, reports Reuters. The article quoted a Preqin research survey of 60 hedge funds that said capital sourced from institutional investors had grown from 45 percent [...]

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How to Assemble Your Hedge Fund Team

January 27, 2011

Starting a hedge fund is the ultimate small business launch: low barriers to entry, loose regulation and, if you know what you’re doing, transcendent profitability. But, like any other entrepreneur, the fledgling hedge fund manager needs to understand how and when to bring in the pros. Everybody has skill gaps. Nobody can be in two [...]

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Keep Your Hedge Fund Pitch Book Simple

November 2, 2010

When it comes to fund raising, one key piece of the process is the hedge fund pitch book. While some have questioned the need for such a document, it doesn’t change the fact that majority of hedge fund investors expect to see a formal presentation. The value of a hedge fund pitch book is not [...]

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