hedge fund formation

Who We Are

Hedge Fund Formation

Wabash Advisors is comprised of a cross-functional team of accounting, hedge fund attorneys, fund administration and capital markets consultants. With over 35 years of combined hedge fund formation experience, Wabash Advisors has orchestrated the formation of over one hundred hedge funds. Our layered approach starts with creating immersive corporate structures most suitable for each asset class and asset management and investment strategy.

We follow with developing best-in-class investor materials including Wall Street-caliber offering memorandum and investor pitch decks. Asset managers across a wide swath of asset classes – from equity and debt to real estate and even cryptocurrency, have relied on Wabash Advisors not only for their hedge fund formation requirements, but also for capital markets consultancy and ongoing hedge fund administration services. We serve asset managers of all sizes, from startup and incubator stage to funds with assets under management in excess of $150 million. Trust Wabash Advisors for your hedge fund formation and fund administration needs

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Domestic Funds

Asset managers seeking to raise capital primarily from U.S…

Offshore Funds

Both offshore hedge funds and master-feeder hedge fund…

Real Estate Funds

The real estate fund formation experts at Wabash Advisors draw…

Cryptocurrency Funds

Cryptocurrencies, such as Bitcoin and Ethereum, are lightly…

Forex Funds

In recent years, successful forex traders have attracted increasing…

Venture Capital Funds

Venture Capital continues to attract ever-increasing amounts…

Commodity Pool

A Commodity Pool is a form of investment fund that offers…

Horse Racing

The thoroughbred and standard bred racing industry in the…

Frequently Asked Questions

In order to avoid registration under the Investment Company Act of 1940, there are two exemptions primarily relied upon by hedge funds. First, Section 3(c)(1) hedge funds are limited to one hundred (100) investors, thirty-five (35) of which can be non-accredited investors. Next, a 3(C)(7) fund is only open to an unlimited number of “qualified purchasers” – either an individual with a minimum of $5 million in net investment or an entity with a minimum of $25 million in net investment.

There is no legal requirement for a domestic hedge fund to utilize the services of a fund administrator. However, a fund administrator can be an essential partner in the management of any hedge fund, reducing the costs for yearly audits and tax preparation (i.e., preparation of Form 1065 and Schedule K-1’s). Moreover, hedge fund administrators further prove their worth by providing comprehensive
performance reports for management as well as fund investors.

An “incubator” hedge fund is a cost effective option for creating a marketable track record that can be leveraged to attract investors. Think of an incubator fund as a “startup” hedge fund with little record of performance, often funded through a small group of investors, often friends and family. With an incubator hedge fund, the fund promoters can test strategies and create a track record that can be relied upon at a later date to transition to a “professional” hedge fund with significantly larger amounts of capital under management. Typical jurisdictions for forming incubator funds include the British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands. Saint Lucia and the United States.



BVI Approved Fund

In order to have an approved fund you must meet specific requirements, and you also may choose to follow...


BVI Incubator Fund

When it comes to fast launch and lower cost the incubator fund is a great way to go. It...


BVI Private Fund

Private funds are those that have no more than 50 investors or those who offer invitations for subscription or...

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  • (213) 534-8656
  • fund@wabashadvisors.com
  • 9107 W. Wilshire Blvd.
    Beverly Hills CA 90210

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