Why TIP Trustees?

We solve the 4 common problems facing boutique and up-and-coming fund managers

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Problem 1

High Fixed Costs

Typically, a fund manager needs at least $25M of FUM just to breakeven.

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Problem 2

No Proven Track Record

Investors and regulators usually require a proven track record before they will provide funds or licenses. But for smaller managers this is often a 'Catch 22': without operating a fund for many years, how can they develop a proven track record?

Problem 3

Access to Capital

It is always harder, and takes longer, to raise FUM than investors initial discussions suggest.

Problem 4

Conflict with Capital Allocation

Without years of experience, it is often hard to have the confidence to stick to a clear strategy in the face of market movements.

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Problem 3

Access to Capital

It is always harder, and takes longer, to raise FUM than investors initial discussions suggest.

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Problem 4

Conflict with Capital Allocation

Without years of experience, it is often hard to have the confidence to stick to a clear strategy in the face of market movements.