The Shift to Managed Accounts
Andrew Lapkin | Chief Executive Officer, HedgeMark
Institutional investors globally are increasingly using dedicated managed accounts – customized single investor funds – as a mechanism through which to invest in hedge funds. Dedicated managed accounts provide numerous benefits including greater control, transparency and governance of hedge fund investments; the ability to customize investment mandates and structures; and the potential for fee compression.
An investment in hedge fund strategies is speculative, should be discretionary capital set aside for speculative purposes, involves a high degree of risk and is not suitable for all investors. Investors could lose all or a substantial portion of their investment and must have the financial ability, sophistication, experience and willingness to bear the risks of an investment long term. Hedge fund strategies may be significantly leveraged and performance may be volatile. Accounts pursuing hedge fund strategies commonly enter into swaps, futures, forwards, options and other derivative transactions for various hedging and/or speculative purposes that can result in volatile fund performance.
No representation is made that any Dedicated Managed Account’s investment process, objectives, goals or risk management techniques will or are likely to be achieved or be successful or that any Dedicated Managed Account or any underlying investment will make any profit or will not sustain losses. The risks of investing in hedge fund strategies will not be negated or even mitigated by HedgeMark’s platform, analytic tools, compliance policies or monitoring and no assurance is given that any Dedicated Managed Account will not be exposed to risks of significant trading losses.
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