Hidden Fees in Hedge Funds

Jul 30 2013 | 12:49pm ET

By Joshua Barlow, PAAMCO -- Hedge fund fees have been a key focus for investors and the media for a number of years now, and with good reason: For many investors and reporters, the phrase “hedge fund fees” refers to charges by an investment manager for management and performance. Despite the pressure from investors to lower fees, many hedge fund investors still pay close to the standard 2 and 20. But is this a comprehensive enough look at fees, or are there other levies that investors unwittingly pay?

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