DALLAS, TX / ACCESSWIRE / July 12, 2021 / Flagship Capital, a hedge fund restructured during the pandemic by owner Casey Pond, continues to ride its growth and momentum through the summer months. The second half of 2021, however, is expected to be even more exciting for the company, as the strategic partnerships entered into in the last two quarters alone have been of great benefit to Flagship Capital, and its clients are going to be happy with the investment. menu, it will be rolled out in the third quarter.
In addition to its ternary strategy, Flagship Capital’s expanded menu will include both a FOREX strategy and a crypto strategy by the end of the third quarter. The fourth quarter will also be strong with the launch of its private equity and venture capital fund.
Along with the private equity fund, Flagship Capital is currently in preliminary discussions to potentially join BOSS Bank to help increase its cap for the entire start-up cycle. BOSS will be a private Miami crypto-bank, and Flagship Capital is very excited about its potential. BOSS is currently in its development phase with its prototype, but it has the potential to be a disruptor in a handful of different industries. Between members’ access to exclusive on-demand luxury concierge services, AI, blockchain, and quantum computing for travel, this is truly an all-in-one app. “It can really disrupt the ridesharing industry with a quality ‘white glove’ approach rather than the current quantitative approach with which it currently identifies rides,” added Pond.
Then there is also the boss room, specifically for DeFi reward holders. Mr Pond optimistically said that “with crypto really taking the turn and with the growing appetite that we are seeing investors for it, now is the time to BOSS is perfect because they are starting to look for seed capital. Flagship Capital expects it will be oversubscribed fairly quickly as they begin to roll it out. “
Flagship Capital is enjoying tremendous momentum as it deploys new strategies and hires aggressively. However, like any business, it faces challenges day in and day out. As Mr. Pond puts it, “Between being the portfolio manager of our main strategy Ternary and the managing director of a growing company that is in full scale mode, there is just not enough. hours in most days. However, the company is building a strong C suite team to help manage the business side of things. Delegating tasks doesn’t come easily to me, but I’ve learned to respect the saying, “Do what you do best and delegate the rest.”
Flagship Capital’s vision for the future is ambitious. With the traction it is currently experiencing with its proprietary ternary strategy and now with the launch of FX, crypto, and its private equity fund, Flagship Capital predicts it will be a $ 500 million fund in five years. .
What makes Flagship Capital unique is the combination of its alternative strategies and the current state of the markets. The timing couldn’t be better for a fund like Flagship Capital. Investors, of course, have benefited from a long bullish period, having benefited from the continuation of new market highs in recent consecutive years. In recent times, however, the industry has seen large allocators look to realize their gains and consider alternative strategies that limit traditional market exposures. Therefore, with Flagship Capital’s Ternary approach and soon with its FX and crypto deployments, it is very well positioned at the dawn of the second half of 2021.
The rest of 2021 will see a new set of challenges that Flagship Capital is already starting to tackle. Its strategies are currently private and closed-end funds, and each strategy has limited subscriptions. Due to the great traction it is currently experiencing with flexible subscriptions and commitments, managing the available LPs can be difficult on its own. However, this is of course the kind of challenge that any fund manager welcomes.
SOURCE: Flagship capital
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