Fund Administration

Kane LPI Solutions is an independent provider of comprehensive fund administration services to the offshore and domestic hedge fund and investment fund industry, as well as their management companies. Through our network of offices, the fund administration team supports the accounting, registrar and transfer agent, IT and client reporting services for a range of fund clients, providing a flexible, cost-effective, scalable model to meet all of their administration requirements.

Full service

We offer fund administration services for a range of structures, including hedge funds, fund of funds Insurance-linked Securities funds. These services extend from assistance and guidance on the initial structuring and set-up of the fund to fund registrar and transfer services. We also record and process all subscriptions and redemptions from investors, factoring in all KYC and AML source of fund checks.

IMS NAV system

All aspects of our fund administration services, including trade capture, cash processing and reconciliation, and regulatory compliance functions, are integrated into our leading-edge, proprietary IMS NAV system. The system provides both the front-end customer-facing platform as well as the back-end information processing capabilities. In addition, the system enables NAV reporting on a daily, weekly or monthly basis.


Fund Administration News & Views

Kane LPI appoints Head of LPI Fund Administration Services

Alain Fournier joins Bermuda team to lead fund operations Kane LPI, specialists in the development and management of administration solutions in the international Life, Pension & Investment sector, has today announced the appointment of Alain Fournier as Head of Kane LPI Fund Administration Services, with immediate effect. Based in the firm’s Bermuda head office, Mr. Fournier

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Change on the Horizon

Robert Farrugia from Kane LPI Solutions explore some of the widespread implications of MiFID II for trading activities in the EU In January 2018, MiFID II (Markets in Financial Instruments Directive) will be introduced across the EU financial arena. Its impact will be significant and far-reaching, affecting the activities of investment banks, broker dealers, various

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