ETG or Schonfield offers

Discussion in 'Prop Firms' started by nwbprop, Aug 28, 2002.

  1. Opus pays low 20% of gross monthly, 50% of net every six months and there is scale to approx 60% of net (based on total net $$, these targets require pretty high net #'s unless they have changed it). They also hold back 5-6% of gross for 2 years and pay it out as a revenue "kicker" when that milestone is reached.
    #21     Nov 25, 2006
  2. Those #'s are a joke, right? :confused:
    #22     Nov 25, 2006
  3. CTT


    Those numbers are off, they have changed the percentages around and are higher now.

    But keep in mind, those are ONLY if you do not contribute any capital, if you put up money you get a much better deal.
    #23     Nov 25, 2006
  4. I've never heard of Opus. Got a website?
    #24     Nov 25, 2006
  5. CTT


    It doesn't look to be active from the Schonfeld website, just brings you to a dead link last time I checked.
    #25     Nov 25, 2006
  6. THey do have a hedge fund site though. U need a password and username to login.
    #26     Nov 25, 2006
  7. Nope, no joke. I don't think thats a bad deal at all if you dont want to put any money up. They may have adjusted it slightly in the last 2 years but that should be pretty much on. Remember, If you are successful it's likely you could have anywhere from 5-15 mill in bp intraday and HALF that in one direction o/n. Senior guys can use as much as 90% of their total bp in one direction.
    #27     Nov 27, 2006
  8. Keene


    ETG Sucks
    #28     Nov 27, 2006
  9. Anybody with new split #s at Opus Fund?
    I didnt know they accepted deposits...
    #29     Dec 15, 2006
  10. (According to a couple of recent transferee's)

    My understanding is that Schonfeld absorbed ETG a while back. Then Penson took over the Schonfeld clearing business. Schonfeld shipped retail traders to LightSpeed, and Schonfeld is primarily Institutional going forward.

    (hard to know for sure on any of this, but FWIW).

    #30     Dec 15, 2006