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How to become an emerging manager
Asked by Megha Deshpande

I am an investment analyst for an emerging market and seeking inputs on the following: - Process of becoming an emerging manager - Legal requirements - Are there incubators for this? - Expenses and time line - Some details on track record requirement and format of track record Would appreciate if I can be directed to specific sources for further inputs.




Answer By Nicholas Roman

There are no legal certifications required to be a hedge fund manager.
Expenses are directly linked to your expertise and needs for certain services; advertising, capital introduction, trading fees etc.
Track records are an important part for doing due diligence on a fund but there are no minimum return requirements to be a fund manager.

Feel free to contact our Palm Beach office at: 561-835-8690 or New York office as: 212-584-6115 for further input.