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Source: Bloomberg

Category: Hedge Funds

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3 Responses to “100 Richest Hedge Funds Ranking”

  1. DeDude says:

    I guess that the 2+20 compensation structure gives an advantage (for managers) in having years with bad return followed by years with really high returns. Nobody could have predicted that one!

  2. strojqc says:

    Not the case DeDude. The base management fee, the 2 or whatever it may be, is always paid, but incentive fees don’t work that way.

    http://www.investopedia.com/terms/h/highwatermark.asp#axzz2HEjvoUJm

  3. And again, the peanut gallery is out criticizing. I would imagine running $1B + in capital is just a little different from managing a personal portfolio.