Am considering to invest in a boutique fund, how much due diligence would be considered sufficient before I put my money with them (Say SGD 30k or more)? - Seedly
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Asked on 25 Aug 2019

Am considering to invest in a boutique fund, how much due diligence would be considered sufficient before I put my money with them (Say SGD 30k or more)?

  • Fund has been running for more than 5 years with a very decent record on performance (verified by friend/investor who has been with them for over 2 years)

  • Risk controls are said to be in place with a max limit of 10% drawdown

  • The fund is licensed by overseas financial authorities due to cost reasons

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Gabriel Tham
Gabriel Tham, Tag Team Member at Kenichi Tag Team
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Answered on 26 Aug 2019

Well, it depends on what boutique fund house? Some are so boutique that they only allow accredited investors willing to put in at least a few hundred K.

Also, are they registered and licensed by MAS? You might want to check first. There are many investment scams originating from overseas such as land banking investment, invest in buying islands, invest in property overseas etc

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Harvey Tan
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Answered on 26 Aug 2019

Do you happen to have the name of the fund at least?

Do they have a Singapore office?

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