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Hedge Fund Investing Through Your IBKR Account

Find Investment Opportunities in
the Hedge Fund Marketplace

IBKR Advantage

  • Review performance data for independent hedge funds
  • View private placement memoranda and subscription information
  • Use a secure, password-protected area of our website to invest
  • Directly contact hedge funds or request a hedge fund contact you

Hedge Fund Investing

A Path for Discerning and Sophisticated Investors

Interactive Brokers' Hedge Fund Marketplace is an online version of a traditional Capital Introduction program and is designed to allow hedge funds who use IBKR as their principal prime broker to market their funds to IBKR clients who are Accredited Investors and Qualified Purchasers, as well as to other hedge funds who already market their funds to IBKR clients at the Hedge Fund Marketplace.

  • IBKR clients can browse and invest in participating hedge funds via a password-protected area of our website.
  • View and download hedge fund information such as documentation, private placement memoranda and subscription information.
  • Contact funds directly or request a fund contacts you. After subscribing to a fund, you can easily transfer funds between your account and the fund.

How Can I Participate?

Eligible clients can access the Hedge Fund Marketplace by logging in to Client Portal or visiting the Investors Marketplace.

Minimum Investments Allowed by the Funds

The minimum investment for most independent funds participating in the Hedge Fund Marketplace is USD 25,000. However, some funds may have a larger minimum investment requirement.

Risks of Hedge Fund Investing

  • Funds participating in the Hedge Fund Marketplace may not have registered under the securities laws of the United States, any state, or any other jurisdiction. The Hedge Fund Marketplace is not an offer to sell shares of any of the Funds. Rather, the offer to invest in the Funds may only be made by the private placement memorandum for the relevant Fund and only to investors who meet certain eligibility requirements.
  • An investment in a Hedge Fund is speculative and involves a high degree of risk. Only sophisticated, high net worth investors with a high risk tolerance should participate.
  • The Hedge Funds listed on the website are independent from Interactive Brokers and Interactive Brokers will not supervise their trading decisions or be liable for losses.
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Notes:
  • Rates of Return are net of all fees and expenses.
  • 2019 rates reflect Year to Date values.
  • Rates displayed in bold have been designated as "Audited" by the hedge fund.
Disclosure

IRA accounts are not eligible to invest in participating Hedge Funds.

Information provided in the Hedge Fund Marketplace (including any articles or commentary posted by the hedge funds) is provided by the hedge funds themselves and not by Interactive Brokers. The information is NOT a recommendation by Interactive Brokers that you should invest in hedge funds or in these particular hedge funds.

The hedge funds are independent of Interactive Brokers and Interactive Brokers does not make any representations or warranties concerning the past or future performance of the hedge funds or the accuracy of the information provided by the hedge funds. Investing in hedge funds is risky. Interactive Brokers does not conduct any "suitability" review to make sure that any hedge fund investment is suitable for you. Past performance is no guarantee of future results.

Hedge funds are highly speculative and investors may lose their entire investment. Also, interests in hedge funds are generally not transferable and hedge funds may restrict your ability to withdraw your funds quickly. Hedge funds generally calculate the value of your investment monthly or quarterly and unlike mutual funds are not required to provide regular pricing or valuation information to investors. Hedge funds may involve complex tax structures and delays in distributing tax information to investors. Hedge funds often charge high fees.