Hedge Fund Fees Are On The Decline 2005-2015 [CHART]

Hedge Fund Fees Are On The Decline 2005-2015 [CHART]
Historically hedge fund performance fees have remained above 19%, but in the aftermath of the global financial crisis the average fees have declined. Although hedge funds outperformed underlying markets in 2008, managers posted grave losses and as a consequence their fee structure came under serious scrutiny. Another trend that has put downward pressure on fees has been the preference among large institutional investor to allocate to the larger hedge funds in comparison to their smaller sized peers. As a result, newly launched hedge funds with a small AUM base have lowered their fees in order to attract investors and secure more funding.

Hedge Fund Fees Are On The Decline 2005-2015

Odey Special Situations Fund took on several new positions in March

Crispin OdeyOdey Asset Management's Special Situations Fund was down 3.2% in March, compared to its benchmark, the MSCI World USD Index, which was up 3.3%. Through the end of March, the fund is up 8.7%, beating the benchmark's return of 4.9%. Q1 2021 hedge fund letters, conferences and more Odey's Special Situations Fund deploys arbitrage and Read More

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