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Rothstein Kass issues updated alternative investment fund pro forma financial statements manual

Tuesday, November 01, 2011
Opalesque Industry Update - Rothstein Kass, a leading service provider to the alternative investment community, has published the “Alternative Investment Fund Proforma Financial Statements Reference Manual,” an advanced reference guide for preparers of financial statements for hedge and hybrid funds, fund of funds and master-feeder structures. Source.

The latest edition of the Rothstein Kass reference manual includes sample financial statements for Domestic Fund, L.P.; Offshore Fund, Ltd.; Master Fund, L.P.; Domestic Feeder, L.P.; and Offshore Feeder, Ltd. structures.

“The alternative investment sector continues to adapt to serve an ever-expanding investor base, supporting its continued resilience even amid unprecedented global economic uncertainty. Though the industry has continued to benefit from strong asset flows from pension funds and other institutional investors, as well as renewed interest from high-net worth families, the life of the alternative investment fund manager has never been more complicated. Amid resurgent volatility, more intense regulatory scrutiny, and persistent competition for new investment capital, global accounting standards have continued to evolve,” said Vince Calcagno, Principal-in-Charge of the Rothstein Kass Beverly Hills office.

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