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Hedge Fund Business Expenses: Like Shopping for Shirts

Dec 17th, 2012 | Filed under: Hedge Fund Industry Trends, Hedge Fund Operations and Risk Management

The smallest of the four groups of hedge fund firms, those with AUM under $250 million, control only 6.3 percent of the industry's assets, yet pay roughly 19 percent of the aggregate business expenses. It's tough to be small, better to be medium sized, still better to be large, though it isn't necessarily best to be extra large.Read More


What Do Day-One/Early-Stage Investors Want?

Mar 12th, 2012 | Filed under: Hedge Fund Industry Trends, Hedge Fund Strategies, Institutional Investing, Alpha Strategies, Seeding/early-stage

Funds of funds dominate the world of institutional investors in Day 1 or early stage (D1/ES) hedge funds, and they do so for a simple reason. That is their business model. They exist to invest in hedge funds, and their goal is to be fully invested at all times, not to have a lot of money sitting around as cash. Read More