After Blipping Higher in 2017, 2/20 Tanks To 14.2/1.4

Are hedge fund fees making a comeback amid an “alpha revival” and increased volatility? The recent March Eurekahedge report pointed to an odd trend diversion on hedge fund fees in 2017. The differential comes amid fund managers mainly hitting their performance targets last year, according to a Barclays report. Market environments have obviously changed year-over-year and institutional allocators are also looking towards a unique size niche when targeting allocations.

Hedge funds have been experiencing an “alpha revival,” according to Betty Gee, Barclay’s managing director, US head of . . .


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