Hedge Fund Demand Rises As Fee Structure Changes As Earnings Drop To Lowest Since 2005 - Hedge Fund Alpha (formerly ValueWalk Premium)

Hedge Fund Demand Rises As Fee Structure Changes As Earnings Drop To Lowest Since 2005

Despite all the talk about the death of hedge funds, as the industry suffers from chronic underperformance, high fees and a lack of flexibility in the rapidly changing asset management industry, there is still a high level of interest in the sector and hedge fund demand overall according to Credit Suisse’s annual Global Hedge Fund Investor Sentiment Survey. Asset Management Fees Fall For The First Time Since 2008 The survey, which is conducted twice a year (once in January and then an update is published around the half-year point) polls over 200 respondents representing nearly $66 billion in hedge fund...

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