As a PAMM Manager, you open a PAMM Account and allocate funds to your Manager Account – this is known as the Manager's Capital. When a PAMM Manager successfully manages investors' funds by generating a profit, the Manager will receive a Success Fee – a pre-agreed percentage of the investor's share of the profit.

To choose a PAMM Manager, Investors can review the PAMM Performance Rankings page and select the PAMM Managers who match their investment goals. It's easy to find a Manager from the customisable PAMM Performance Table by filtering results by active/ inactive strategies, current ranking, PAMM strategy name, minimum deposit, gain and maximum drawdown.

PAMM Managers trade using their own capital (Manager's Capital) and the funds of any investors in the account. Simply put, any profits and losses generated on the PAMM Manager's Account will be shared between all accounts that are invested in the PAMM Manager on a proportional basis.