36ONE SNN QI Hedge Fund
The 36ONE SNN QI Hedge Fund is a single-strategy, equity long/short hedge fund with a moderate net equity bias that invests predominantly in South African listed equities and other financial instruments to enhance returns and manage risk.
- FSCA regulated unit trust
- Moderate risk
- Variable net equity exposure, historically around 70%
- Monthly liquidity
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| ||36ONE SNN QI Hedge Fund||36ONE SNN Retail Hedge Fund|
|Fund currency||South African Rand||South African Rand|
|Mandate||Equity long/short hedge fund with South African focus||Equity long/short hedge fund with South African focus|
|Domicile||South Africa||South Africa|
|Legal structure||FSCA regulated unit trust||FSCA regulated unit trust|
|Prime broker||Peregrine Securities||Peregrine Securities|
|Administrator||Sanne Management Company||Sanne Management Company|
- What is the total cost of investing in the 36ONE SNN QI Hedge Fund?
Fees (excluding VAT):
Management fee: 1% p.a.
Performance fee: 20% of gains using the high watermark
- What is the cut-off date for investment in the 36ONE SNN QI Hedge Fund?
Last business day of the month prior to the investment month.
- What is the redemption notice period for the 36ONE SNN QI Hedge Fund?
One calendar month's notice.
- When do I receive redemption proceeds?
Approximately 7 days after the end of the redemption notice period.
- When do I receive statements for my investment in the 36ONE SNN QI Hedge Fund?
Approximately 7 days after month end.
Investors should take cognisance of the fact that there are risks involved in buying or selling any financial product, and past performance of a financial product is not necessarily indicative of its future performance. The value of financial products can increase as well as decrease over time, depending on the value of the underlying securities and market conditions.
Hedge funds are presently not regulated by the Financial Services Board, and do not comply with the provisions of the Collective Investment Schemes Control Act 45 of 2002. Therefore hedge funds are private investments, suitable only for sophisticated investors, and are not open to the general public.
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