Indian hedge fund is experimenting with the fee structure

Barely a year old, the Indian hedge fund sector is already experimenting with the global standard fee structure for such investment vehicles.

Hedge funds the world over typically charge a two per cent management fee and also take 20 per cent of any profits they make above a certain hurdle rate, the so called '2 and 20' model. Indian hedge funds are reworking this. Some take one per cent in fixed fees, others 1.5 per cent. Some are even willing to take zero per cent, according to sources. Their cut of the profits are also said to be 15 per cent in some cases and even 10 per cent in others.

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    1.Equity -6-10% per month,
    2.Index options –
    3. Usd-Inr options trading.
    i have developed thorough managments like money managment, risk managment,etc.
    In Equity trading risk is 1-1.5% only.
    I can set a system to manage big funds very quikly.Unlike other traders ; Fund is very secure in my hand.Loss is in controll.
    My research is completed 8-10 months back.
    Now i want to manage big portfolio and share profit from client.If possible then quickly will set PMS and Hedgefund of own.
    I have shifted to mumbai permanently since 3 weeks.Searching for investors who already invest in share market or want to invest with preferably more than 1 crore amount. But i am not able to communicate such peoples.
    Read your article and want to know wheather can you make my meeting with them?
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    Sandeep Kharat,

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