Harbour Point Capital
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Harbour Point Capital operates as a financial advisor firm that has its headquarters in Greenwich, Connecticut. Harbour Point Capital handles $591.8 million in total assets across three client accounts, placing it among the larger firms in the country by assets under management (AUM). It has a small group of four employees, all of whom are financial advisors. Harbour Point Capital does not act as a registered broker-dealer, signifying that it cannot buy and sell securities for its customers' and own accounts and instead has to go through a broker-dealer firm to do so. Securities are exchangable financial assets such as bonds, stocks and options.
Harbour Point Capital administers all of the company's client assets in a discretionary manner. Discretionary management is a structure in which an investment advisor has the discretion to make buy and sell decisions without requiring client consent. The company's typical account size is $197.3 million. The typical advisor at Harbour Point Capital administers fewer than one client account, making it one of the most individualized advisor firms in the country.
The firm's central office is at 55 Old Field Point Road, Greenwich, Connecticut 6830. It is legally permitted to provide services to investors in the state of Connecticut.
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Financial advisory fees usually vary depending on the type of financial services offered. Fee types billed by the firm can consist of some combination of the following fee structures: fixed or performance-based. The company does not participate in a wrap fee program, in which the firm offers a service bundle for a single fee.
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Advisors only earn performance-based fees if a portfolio outperforms a defined benchmark. This fee may be calculated in a number of ways but most commonly is charged as a percentage of investment profits. Performance-based fees may incentivize advisors to make riskier decisions in order to generate higher returns.
Offered by 40% of firms
Fixed fees are a one-time, lump sum charged for a specific service, like the creation of a financial plan without subsequent implementation. This can be useful if you only need advice for one specific purpose, rather than a long-term advisor. Fixed fees usually range from $1,000 to $3,000.
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This fee, which is the most common fee type charged by advisors for portfolio management, is based on the amount of assets you have under management. Also referred to as an asset-based fee, this fee typically ranges from 0.50%-2.00% of AUM annually. You'll typically pay a lower rate the more assets you have under management.
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Like a lawyer, a financial advisor may charge you by the hour. This can be helpful if you are only looking for short-term or one-time advice. Rates typically range from $100-$300 per hour, depending on the complexity and level of services needed.
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Occasionally, advisors earn commissions from selling financial products, such as securities or insurance policies, or making certain referrals or transactions. Advisors who earn commissions may be incentivized to make certain recommendations to clients in order to make a commission. Fee-only advisors do not earn commissions, while fee-based advisors may.
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Firms generally charge this fee for educational materials provided, such as a monthly magazine. This can be useful if you want to learn about investing or financial management on your own.
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Firms can sometimes charge customers using non-traditional fee structures. See this firm's Form ADV for more details.
Types of Clients
It provides services to pooled investment vehicles. Out of its three clients, Harbour Point Capital's largest client is pooled investment vehicles. None of the firm's clients reside abroad.
- High-Net-Worth Individuals* - 0%
- Other Individuals - 0%
- Corporations - 100%
- Charitable Organizations - 0%
* The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) defines a high-net-worth individual as someone who has at least $750,000 under management.
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