Q: How do I start a Hedge Fund?
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Q: What does "Private Placement"
A: A "Private Placement" is a direct
offering of securities to a limited number of sophisticated
institutional investors. It is the opposite of a public
offering. Securities issued as private placements in the United
States are exempt from public registration under the Securities
Act of 1933.
A well-written private placement memorandum will follow the
cover page with a summary of the offering. This section
corresponds to a term sheet, except that the language is usually
spelled out, not abbreviated. The important points are covered
briefly: a description of the terms of the offering, the
company's business, risk factors, additional terms (i.e.,
antidilution protection, registration rights, control features),
expenses of the transaction and summary financial information.
The purpose of the summary is to make the offering easy to read
and understand. As stated, suppliers of capital are inundated
with business plans and private placement memoranda; the
sales-conscious issuer must get all the salient facts in as
conspicuous a position as possible if he hopes to have them
Private Placements can only be sold to certain sophisticated
investors. In the U.S. these are called accredited investors,
and they are defined in the U.S. Securities and Exchange
Commission's requirements for a Reg. D offering.
Q: How can I Market my
A: Rule 502(C) of Regulation D
prohibits any form of general solicitation or advertising. As a
rule, the interests in your Spot FOREX Hedge Fund may sold by
Officers of the Management LLC to those persons with whom said
Officers have a prior relationship.
Q: What about Marketing via a Fund
A: Yes and No. Rule 502(C) of
Regulation D prohibits any form of general advertising. However,
if the website is only accessible, via "secure login", to
"Accredited Investors" and contains a few other Disclosures, it
is possible to design a website that will comply with the
prohibitions against general solicitation or advertising.
Q: Any limits to the amount of
money my Hedge Fund can manage?
Q: Any limits to the Management or
Incentive Fees that I can charge?
Q: How do I get started again?
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