The Money Manager overseeing the fund can create an offer to allow compensation for their trading activities. Once an offer is created it can not be changed or avoided by the Investors in a fund as the Money Managers do not make any profits from their trades.
Within an Offer, there are three fees with distinct functions. A money manager is not required to establish all three, despite what has been asserted.
The Fees involved in an offer are as follows:
- Performance Fee: A fee for the Money Manager's knowledge and trading experience.
- Management Fee: A fee for the handling and management of the funds.
- Deposit Fee: A fee for every deposit made into the fund.
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