Hedge Funds – Good Explaination along with Fund Switches (Back End Processing) – Where to get the INFO

POSTED BY sunil ON March 6, 2013 5:20 pm COMMENTS (4)

This is in related to my workplace need.

I have to understand on Hedge Funds along with their Back End process of how the entire cycle of a Hedge Fund goes from buying till booking at the Back End.

Also need to know the complete flow of Fund Switches tat happen, including Back End changnes if any done from the Fund Houses…

Can anyone please point out ways/links to study these.

I have searched Google but most of the information is RAW…

Thanks in Advance,


4 replies on this article “Hedge Funds – Good Explaination along with Fund Switches (Back End Processing) – Where to get the INFO”

  1. sunil says:

    No No Ramesh, I think my writing has mislead you that way.

    Infact i need the information on both, Hedge Funds as well as Normal Funds (Indian or foreign prespective).

    I mostly require the Backend processes that Fund houses do for Normal Funds on Switches and how they adjust their accounting Books to match them.

    1. Ramesh says:

      If you want the details of the Backend processes of the Fund houses, you either need to join a fund or contact a person who does that directly. It should not be in the open, from what I know. 🙂

      Maybe you need to check out Mutual Fund guides from Morningstar.

  2. Ramesh says:

    I think you are seriously confused about Hedge Funds.

    They are not related to Fund houses at least in the general sense. They are not open to small public. Only for HNI or institutions. Maybe you will need to ask somebody from the Direct Equities or the Institutional Equities space.

    Mostly, they are long-short funds with specific dynamic styles and systems. The variety is way too extensive.

  3. Dear Sunil, please ask at your work place itself to arrange any study materiel on the subject you are asking for. I seriously doubt that any body ‘ll provide any meaningful info here in this forum for the subject.



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