What Exactly Is “Fund Administration”?

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People often ask me “what is fund administration?” – so I thought I’d attempt to answer the question this week.

As you probably know, investment funds need to meet numerous financial regulations. In addition to this, investment funds have many administrative tasks that need to be completed.

Ensuring compliance in these areas is essentially fund administration – and it’s typically managed by a fund administrator (like IFINA). An administrator takes care of compliance and administrative tasks, which allows the investment fund manager to focus on trading.

Specifically, a fund administrator helps with the formation of professional investment fund structures, the provision of independent valuation and share registry services.

In other words, if you want to create an investment fund – you need a fund administrator.

But here’s what you need to remember: not all fund administrators are made equal. In fact, many traditional fund administrators and law firms charge inflated fund setup fees. 

Here at IFINA, we’re different. We provide two affordable fund platform solutions that can save investment managers up to $20K USD:

Cayman Fund Platform: Do you plan on trading traditional assets like FX, equities and commodities? You need the Cayman Fund Platform. Starting from just under $10,000.

Crypto Fund Platform: Do you want to trade through the Blockchain revolution? You need our dedicated Crypto Fund Platform. Starting from $12,000 USD.

Do you want to launch your own fund? We should talk on Skype. Just email me and we can arrange a convenient time to talk.