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Fund Administration

Consolidated administration for IRA investments and retirement accounts.

Trust Platform™ overhauls day-to-day and periodic cash movement processes so fund managers, advisors, and institutional investors can spend more time focusing on their core business.
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Cash Management
Send, Receive & Hold Funds

Safely and securely manage investor funds from a single, user-friendly portal.

  • Link financial accounts
  • Make distributions
  • Collect fees
  • Track transaction history
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Serving Investments Across the Board

Trust Platform™ supports a diverse range of fund structures and registration types.

Fund Structures

AET supports a wide range of funding options:

  • Private Equity
  • Real Estate Funds
  • Commodity Pools
  • Pension Funds
  • Crowdfunding
  • Fund of Funds
  • Endowment Funds
  • Hedge Funds

Registration Types

Private Placements
Reg D Funds
506 (a), 506 (b), 506 (c)
S-11 REITs
Reg A+ Funds
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Fund Accounting
Financial Reporting Made Simple

Trust Platform’s back end handles accounting and reporting processes at the fund, institutional, or asset levels – all while maintaining the highest compliance standards.

  • Tax Services
  • Portfolio Reporting
  • Financial Statement Prep
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Consolidated Digital Portals

Comprehensive dashboards for you and your investors.

  • Provide unparalleled transparency
  • Automate investor onboarding
  • Manage & scale internal processes
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Frequently Asked Questions

Fund administration is a series of operations carried out to service the day-to-day needs of investment funds, managers, and investors.

The role of a fund administrator can vary depending on the needs of the specific fund, but functions often include NAV calculations, disbursement of funds, financial reporting, dividend payouts, and compliance.

Custodians are regulated financial institutions, whereas fund administrators often team up with regulated financial institutions to help handle front and back office functions. Custodians are also responsible for maintaining regulatory compliance standards such as AML/KYC, OFAC, and SOC.

In some circumstances, such as with American Estate & Trust, custodians will also take on the role as the fund administrator to limit the parties involved, making complex processes efficient and secure.