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Episode 10 | How To Start A Hedge Fund PodCast

Episode 10 of How to Start A Hedge Fund is out now.

Double digits! next step 100 podcasts!

This episode we take a look at what we need to do next as the final product is almost at fruition. Performance fees, legal structures and performance for April are all discussed, along with a batch of listener questions. We also have 2 fund incubator meetings lined up which will be interesting to see were the gaps are for us right now, and we start to think ahead to how we can package this into a final product, pitch decks and marketing materials! For more information on us, the Ubique portfolio and everything in between, visit our website www.willowoakadvisory.com for more information.

As always, you can download, stream and listen from all the usual suspects; iTunes, Spotify, PodBean etc, or directly through our website using the link below.


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