Tradex Readies Onshore Liquid Fund Of Hedge Funds

Mar 30 2012 | 12:45pm ET

Tradex Global Advisors plans to bring its two-year-old liquid fund of hedge funds onshore.

The Connecticut firm will unveil the Tradex Global Liquid 50 onshore fund within the next two months, HFMWeek reports. Like the offshore fund it will mirror, the Tradex Global SPC Limited-The Liquid 50 Segregated Portfolio, the new fund will invest in liquid strategies, whose managers aggregate their securities monthly to verify said liquidity. The new fund, which has a $300 million capacity, will invest in about 30 underlying managers.

Tradex launched the offshore Liquid 50 fund in late 2009. The fund returned 0.3% last year.

The new fund will have a $100,000 minimum investment requirement with monthly liquidity. It will charge 1.5% for management and 15% for performance.


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