Instruments safekept - hedge funds: Settlement and safe-keeping of units in hedge funds. A Hedge Fund consists of a small group of investors (often less than 500) who have their money invested in a portfolio managed by a professional. The participants in the fund must typically meet a minimum requirement as to net wealth and the fund is not as constrained as a normal mutual fund as to the type of investments it can make. Hedge funds generally assume higher risk with the intention of producing higher returns. Fund units not traded on a recognized stock exchange are bought and sold through the fund manager which sponsors each fund. Dealing with different managers, each with their own settlement cycles and procedures can prove unwieldy.

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