Vórtx is a company that provides all administration services connected to the functioning and maintaining Investment Funds, with focus on structured funds (FIDC, FIIs and FIPs). With technology and innovation that inspires all areas of the company, we are responsible for the entire administrative process related to funds, as well as for creating a solid bridge between investors, the Brazilian regulator (the CVM), and the self-regulatory body (ANBIMA).
We do all the back office work so that the portfolio manager can focus on his core activity: finding the best and most lucrative business opportunities for his investors. If the manager is responsible for the fund's investment decisions, Vórtx is responsible for the administrative decisions supporting those investments. And, all decisions involving investors’ capital are essential for such investments to succeed.
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Some of the main responsibilities of an administrator of funds under rules and regulations in force and the rules set in the ANBIMA Code of Best Practices for the Administration of Third Party Resources, are:
A FIDC may be constituted as open-ended or closed-ended funds, and may only raise funds by means of the security offerings. Net asset value of such fund appreciates as the result of the performance of the credit portfolio. FIDC shares may be grouped in series and classes with different political and economic rights.
A FIP raises funds by means of security offerings. It invests in publicly traded and privately held companies, or limited partnerships. A FIP is a variable income investment in the form of a closed-end fund, where distributions of profits or capital gains may only be made after a decision of the shareholders meeting or at its termination and liquidation.
The FII is constituted as a closed-ended fund, and may only raise funds by means of securitity offerings. A FII invests in real estate-related assets, and may have an indefinite term. It is required to distribute 95% of all its profits.