The 'Managed Accounts 2020' special report comprises three separate articles listed below, these can be read individually or as a sequence.
For all the attendant challenges facing hedge funds – from greater fee pressures and more onerous compliance burdens to lacklustre performance and investor aversion – the industry has time and again demonstrated its ability to continually innovate and reshape the way it does business.
Innocap, the Montréal-based structuring and operating managed account platform unit co-owned by BNP Paribas and Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec, was originally established in 1996 as the internal managed accounts-based fund of hedge funds within National Bank of Canada’s Treasury operations. Since then, the Innocap group has grown and now manages approximately USD7.2 billion in assets, structuring and operating customised managed account solutions for institutional investors globally.
BNY Mellon HedgeMark is a dedicated managed account provider, solely focused on creating and operating managed account platforms for institutional investors. Launched in 2012, the business today has more than USD23 billion in assets across more than 100 funds spanning a broad range of hedge fund strategy types, including long/short equity, macro, equity market neutral, credit, CTAs, risk premia and more.