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Similar to the recent Hedge Fund Due Diligence presentation, this infographic gives readers a visual representation of some important questions to consider when investigating a hedge fund investment.
Coming on the heels of the Securities and Exchange Commission’s approval of rules related to the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act, the educational infographic shows a step-by-step process to evaluate an investor’s ability to invest in hedge funds. Suggested resources, such as MFA’s Hedge Fund Due Diligence Questionnaire and other resources provided by the SEC, are included for reference.
If investors are not able to participate in hedge funds because they do not meet substantial tests of net worth or income, they still may benefit from hedge fund investments – through public or private pension plans, university endowments, or philanthropic foundations. In fact, 65% of global hedge fund assets are held by institutional investors.