Institutional investors globally are increasingly using dedicated managed accounts – 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.


  • Onboarding and Fund Setup

    • Coordination of fund structuring and organization
    • Coordination of drafting and negotiation of investment management agreements
    • Prime broker and ISDA counterparty relationship management and coordination of contract negotiation and account opening
    • Operational onboarding of hedge fund managers


  • Daily Operational Oversight

    • Daily oversight of fund administration
    • Service provider coordination and oversight (including day-to-day oversight of fund operations)
    • Middle office services (collateral management, trade-related payments, NAV review, cash & position reconciliations, expense verification and payment, audit coordination)
    • Investment guideline compliance monitoring


  • Daily T+1 Risk and Performance

    • Position-level risk (VaR, Stress Testing, Scenario Analysis etc)
    • Position and aggregate performance analytics
    • Counterparty exposure reporting


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The Shift to Managed Accounts

Andrew Lapkin, Chief Executive Officer, HedgeMark, describes the benefits of dedicated managed accounts and explains why institutional investors globally are increasingly interested in using them as a way to invest in hedge funds.

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