Hedge funds can vary considerably in size, from funds that run as little as ten to twenty million dollars up to the world’s largest hedge funds running over one hundred billion dollars. As such, the number of employees can also vary dramatically. It is possible to run a fund with as few as two employees, with much of the work outsourced but industry data shows the average fund having fifteen to twenty employees. Trevor outlines all of the roles and responsibilities of the aforementioned employees.
Key learning objectives:
What do the employees do in a hedge fund?
What are the different C-suite roles in a hedge fund?
What are the different Central operational roles in a hedge fund?