Optcapital awarded the Rising Star award at GAIM USA 2011

February 27th, 2011
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Contributed by: Rick Ehrhart, JD, Optcapital
Optcapital, LLC was awarded the Rising Star Award at GAIM USA 2011. GAIM USA 2011, one of the alternative investment industry’s preeminent conferences, brought together investors with discretion of over $787 billion with alternative investment managers from around the world. The Rising Star Award recognizes an industry participant that offers a uniquely valuable platform about which the industry needs to learn, and is responsible for innovative ideas having the potential to change the way in which the industry does business going forward.

“Optcapital is a company whose innovative investment ideas have the potential to have a huge impact on the way the hedge fund industry does business going forward -”, said Amanda Rodrigues, Event Director, GAIM USA. “Optcapital was nominated by global institutional investors, managers and service providers for this award, indicating Optcapital’s Fund Alignment Rights® solution has broad appeal.”

Fund Alignment Rights® (FARs®) answer the hedge fund industry’s need for alignment between institutional investors and hedge fund managers. FARs® provide a cumulative incentive fee calculation with the inherent benefit being a claw back over an investment holding period. While providing the inherent claw back for the investor, Fund Alignment Rights provide hedge fund managers with pre tax funding for key employee retention plans.

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