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Hedge Fund Directory

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1. ABOUT
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Hedge Fund Directory aims to offer every possible useful information about Hedge Funds. The information on this site – a combination of text, audio, and video — is by active business professionals in the Hedge Fund Industry.

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2. PRODUCTS & SERVICES
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1. The core offering is a Hedge Fund Directory with over 250 hedge funds across the globe.

2. In addition, the site offers a Hedge Fund Strategy Guide that covers various Hedge Fund Strategies, and can be useful to all industry professionals – whether entry level or managing partners. Along with Hedge Fund Strategies, the guide also tries to answer commonly asked questions about: Hedge Fund Valuation, Hedge Fund Operational Due-diligence, Hedge Fund Operations.

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3. KEY PEOPLE
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A small group of hedge fund professionals with experience in different roles ranging from Hedge Fund Investments, Hedge Fund Marketing, Hedge Fund Operations, etc.

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4. TESTIMONIALS
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“You are offering a great resource for Hedge Fund industry professionals.” – Hedge Fund Marketing Advisor

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5. CONTACT INFO
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Please use this Contact page

Insider view of the Hedge Funds Industry

TJC: Thanks for joining in. How do you define a Hedge Fund? And how do you see the current state of the Hedge Fund Industry?

Industry Exec: Hedge funds are pooled investment funds with relatively less SEC regulation (in the US), and are therefore different mutual funds. Certain hedge funds are required to register with SEC as investment advisers under the Investment Advisers Act.  The Act does not require an adviser to follow or avoid any particular investment strategies, nor does it require or prohibit specific investments. Hedge funds typically charge a fee greater than 1%, plus a “performance fee” of 20% of a hedge fund’s profits. There may be a “lock-up” period, during which an investor cannot cash in shares. Continue reading