Regulatory Hosting Explained

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As you know, managers of investment funds need to be regulated – and depending in which jurisdiction the manager is located, the process can be complex and expensive.

However, there’s good news. Regulatory hosting is an effective means to bypass this complexity and expense. In this blog post, I want to explain what regulatory hosting is – and how IFINA (as a fund administrator) can help you find the best solution.

What Is Regulatory Hosting?

Regulatory hosting effectively allows unregulated individuals to fall under the regulatory umbrella of an existing regulated firm. This means that the unregulated individual does not have to establish their own regulated firm. It’s a useful solution for managers of start-up funds, or funds that are in their infancy.

Here at IFINA, we have established relationships with some of the best regulatory hosting firms in the industry. As your fund administrator, we can refer you to these firms.

All of our partners enjoy an excellent reputation. Before we recommend any firm to our fund managers, we conduct thorough due diligence to ensure the services they provide meet the highest standards.

Are you looking for regulatory hosting? We should speak. Just email me and we can arrange a convenient time to have a Skype call. I’ll be in touch soon with some more content.