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Hedge Fund Money Trending Towards ESG Investments

May 30, 2019 James Heinsman Hedge Fund News

Socially responsible investing has been trending in recent years with close to $31 trillion finding its way to investment funds and strategies that look for companies that practice good governance and socially responsible business practices. But until recently hedge funds have lagged a bit behind this trend. According to a study by Preqin published this […]


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Competition Forcing Hedge Funds to Lower Fees

July 18, 2016 Debbie Jacobs Hedge Fund News

Just like any other industry, competition combined with poor results is forcing hedge funds to charge less for their services to entice customers. The current fee structure, known as 2-and-20, for the 2 percent fee charged on the total number of assets managed, and for the 20 percent of return managers take as their share […]


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Small Hedge Funds Catch the Eye of Pension Programs

May 5, 2011 James Heinsman Hedge Fund News

Established investors have been taking more notice of smaller hedge funds recently. Doug Rothschild, managing director at Agecroft Partners said “Over the next ten years we will see a significant increase in the percentage of their hedge fund portfolio away from the largest managers to small and mid-sized managers.” Rothschild and his company feel the […]


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