Juno Markets’ Multi Account Manager (MAM) enables a single investor or a Money Manager to efficiently manage an unlimited number of accounts that operate under a master account.
Easily manage several accounts through one platform and place block orders for all their clients.
Maintain 24/7 access to your account, allowing full transparency on the fund manager’s performance
Easily add, remove, or pause trading on any investor.
View historical performances for each investor.
Set performance fees and automatically get paid each month.
Multiple allocation types for all fund managers.
Equity lot share is the most often used type of allocation. Also known to some as a Percentage Allocation Management Module (PAMM), with the help of an ELS, it combines all clients’ equity into one fund. Money managers can distribute trades according to the percentage of total pool contribution made by each investor account by simply placing a single trade.
Detailed information regarding the success of each investor’s accounts, including current open and closed positions, will be made available to them.
Example: Investor A has equity of $10,000, and Investor B has equity of $15,000. If the Money Manager opens a trade with 5 lots, Investor A will be allotted 2 lots (10,000/[10,000 + 15,000)] x 5), while Investor B will be allotted 3 lots (15,000/[10,000 + 15,000) x 5). Please note that any floating trades will affect the equity of each account.
Similar to ELS, with the exception that trades are distributed based on the clients’ balance instead of their equity. Therefore, while allocating trades, the profit and loss of current open positions are not taken into account.
Example: Investor A has a balance of $10,000 and Investor B has a balance of $15,000. When the Money Manager opens a trade of 5 lots, Investor A will be allotted [10,000/(10,000 + 15,000)] x 5 = 2 lots while Investor B will be allotted [15,000/(10,000 + 15,000)] x 5 = 3 lots. Please note that floating trades will not affect the equity of each account.
This allocation method does not distribute trades directly to each investors’ account. Trades are placed directly from the Managers’ account, and the realized Profit/Loss is distributed based on the percentage of total pool contribution by each investor account. Equity cash share offers Money Managers more flexibility to accept Investors of different account sizes.
However, open positions of the manager will not be visible to each investor. The investors’ balances will be changed only after trades are closed.
Example: Investor A has a balance of $500, Investor B has a balance of $1,000, and Investor C has a balance of $5,000. Therefore the total pool is $6,500.
Investor A share of the total pool is 500/6500 = 8%
Investor B share of the total pool is 1000/6500 = 15%
Investor C share of the total pool is 5000/6500 = 77%
The Money Manager places a trade and earns $100. Therefore Investor A would receive $8 (100*0.08), Investor B would receive $15 (100*0.15), and Investor C would receive $77 (100*0.77).