Hedge funds warned fee ratios still too high

Costs have fallen already, but investors demand better deals


Investors are not putting capital into hedge funds because of the "very high fees" that some funds are charging, an audience of asset managers was told at a Hedge Funds Review briefing in London.

In a wide-ranging interview on what drives investors to invest, Emily Porter-Lynch, director of investment advisory at investment consultant bfinance, says her clients are "so focused on beta at the moment", and are questioning the fees being charged to generate alpha. Porter-Lynch was previously a

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