Another Hedge Fund Study Arrives Amid Industry Fee ShiftMark Melin
When Seward & Kissel, the law firm that claims the longest track record servicing the hedge fund industry since the industry’s founding with A.W. Jones in 1949, released the sixth edition of its New Hedge Fund Study, it did so at an interesting moment in hedge fund history. With fund managers generally underperforming stock market benchmarks yet earning tidy sums for their efforts, the study provides insight into how fund managers are coping.
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