Evidence Of A Floor To Hedge Fund Fees In Seward Kissel Study

From Seward & Kissel   Driven by our ongoing commitment to understanding the dynamics of the hedge fund marketplace and bringing the latest industry color to our clients and friends, each year Seward & Kissel conducts various studies of the most important trends we are seeing that are impacting the hedge fund community. This year, for […] Read more »

Graphic of the Day: Consistent Flows to Medium-Sized Hedge Funds

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By Hedge Fund Insight staff   The global hedge fund industry has attracted US$342.1 billion of net asset flows since January 2013, out of which billion dollar hedge funds accounted for US$206.9 billion of these net capital allocations, while funds with assets under US$500 million collectively recorded net asset inflows of US$49.3 billion over this period. There […] Read more »

Importance of Funds of Funds to Newer Managers Evident in Seward Kissel Study

From Seward & Kissel   Driven by our ongoing commitment to understanding the dynamics of the hedge fund marketplace and bringing the latest industry color to our clients and friends, each year Seward & Kissel conducts various studies of the most important trends we are seeing that are impacting the hedge fund community. This year, for the second year in a […] Read more »

Size Effect On Performance Still Applies To Hedge Funds in 2017

From Eurekahedge The graphic below shows how hedge fund returns have varied across fund sizes. For June 2017 year-to-date, medium sized hedge funds (US$100m – US$500m) posted the best returns with 3.53% gains, while small and large hedge funds were up 3.40% and 2.64% respectively. Over the past year, small sized hedge funds posted the best […] Read more »

The Critical Challenges For Emerging Hedge Fund Managers

By Evan Judd, Independent Director Bell Rock Group Even in the most challenging and difficult economic environments, the allure of starting a hedge fund is still a powerful draw for many experienced investment professionals. Starting your own firm on your own terms, being your own boss, running things your way, all the while beating the […] Read more »

Feeling the Burn – How Emerging Hedge Funds Should Prioritise Spending

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By Diane Harrison, principal of Panegyric Marketing   As another year draws to a close, emerging hedge fund managers wrestle with how to grow their business to the next level, including how to survive another year of cutthroat competition for attracting investors. While the answers to this riddle can be numerous and complex, I thought […] Read more »

New Hedge Funds Cannot Achieve Even 1.5/15% Fees In U.S.

From Eurekahedge/Hedge Fund Insight staff   Table 1 details the average performance and management fees charged by North American hedge funds based on their year of inception and serves to give an idea of how the fee structure for hedge funds has evolved over the last 10 years. Historically hedge fund performance fees have remained […] Read more »

Emerging Hedge Fund Managers’ Time Balancing Act

By Vincent Sarullo,  Tower Fund Services, and Hedge Fund Insight staff   AUM is the lifeblood of the investment management business and competition for assets is fierce. To grow AUM can be the single most difficult aspect of running a hedge fund business. Most small hedge funds are operated by former portfolio managers, traders or […] Read more »

Five Supports For A Positive Hedge Fund Outlook in 2015

By Diane Harrison, principal of Panegyric Marketing   Every year, Preqin publishes their annual review of the hedge fund industry, 120-plus pages of comprehensive data and analyses providing a detailed look at the industry’s make up. According their website, Preqin is the alternative assets industry’s leading source of data and intelligence. Our products and services […] Read more »