As the hedge fund industry continues to mature, the traditional two and 20 fee structure appears outdated. Investors have become smarter and more demanding following periods of poor performance.
Investor pressure has already forced changes in how much hedge funds charge. Following a dismal third quarter and overall poor performance in 2011, many hedge funds will feel further pressure to improve fees, how they are structured and the terms to which they are subject. The relationship between fees
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