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Ifina offers global start up alternative traders access to fund structures

Tuesday, October 08, 2013

Beverly Chandler, Opalesque London for New Managers:

Derek Adler brought 30 years of experience in the City of London, specifically in the derivatives markets and asset management creating portfolios of CTAs and foreign exchange traders to his business Ifina, where he is the founder member and director of business development. His business partner, Sam Bratchie, came from the fund administration world.

Ifina came from Adler’s observation in the late 1990s that a lot of fund administration firms were doing a pretty poor job. "We set up our own business and I was able to allocate $150m on day one from one of my funds and created a platform" he says. Ifina is a multi-jurisdictional group of companies, providing investment fund formation and administration and valuation services for investment funds, domiciled in all of the major offshore centres, including the UK, British Virgin Islands, Cayman, USA, Malta, Switzerland, Austria, Panama and Hong Kong. The firm has assets under administration in excess of $1.8bn, comprising some 160 investment funds with a wide range of asset classes, including equities, fixed income, foreign exchange, derivatives, fund of funds, private equity and real estate.

"We look after individual traders who mostly manage money in alternatives" Adler says. "We act as project manager when someone is looking to set up an offshore fund." The firm offers effectively an a la carte menu of......................

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