You’ve worked hard for your money
It’s time your money worked for you
The Mansa-X Fund is a Global Multi Asset Strategy Fund that invests in the global online foreign exchange markets whose primary objective is for the investor to achieve capital growth.
With expertise spanning over 20 years, Mansa-X leaves nothing to chance.
With a 5 trillion market, Mansa-X has the ability to access funds any time with minimal loss of value
Leveraging your Investment
Mansa-X has the ability to trade amounts larger than your capital
Min. Investment: KES. 250,000
Min. Top Up: KES. 100,000
Management Fee: 5%
(Prorated over 365 days)
Performance Fee: 10% (Applied on interest earned above 25%)
Kenya's First Online Foreign Exchange Money Manager
Supercharge Your Capital
To navigate today’s global markets you need a partner who is relentlessly focused & has a deep understanding of the changing landscapes.
We believe the rewards of investing don’t have to be about the act of risk-taking alone. With a diversified approach we aim to offer an exciting investment opportunity.
Mansa-X makes it possible for you to realise your aspirations.
Here is everything you need to know to understand Mansa-X like a pro.
An online foreign exchange money manager is an entity licensed and regulated by the CMA to invest and trade on behalf of clients in the global online forex market.
Your investment is leveraged by investing in more capital than available by use of a pool of liquidity providers. The CMA has an approved leverage limit of 400 times the capital invested.
As an example if we use a leverage of 10 times, an investor who buys an asset worth KES 10 million only has to have KES 1 million to execute the trade.
What are the available Asset Classes - Currencies, Precious Metals, Commodities, Global Stock Indices and Single Stocks
Indices include the S&P 500 , CAC40, German DAX Japanese Nikkei etc.
Metals include Gold, Copper, Silver, Platinum and Palladium
Commodities include Oil, Natural gas, Coffee
Clients receive statements quarterly.
The G10 currencies are ten of the most heavily traded currencies in the world, which are also ten of the world’s most liquid currencies.
Emerging market currencies are currencies backed by emerging market countries, such as the South African Rand, Mexican Peso or Brazilian real
A long strategy means we make money when the price of the asset is going up , while a short strategy means that we make money when the price of an asset is going down.
Drawdown simply means the decline in the value of an investment fund.