What are the standard components of manager compensation in a hedge fund structure?
Hedge funds typically have a two-part fee structure. The first component is an asset-based management fee – typically 1%-2% per annum of the fund’s net asset value. The second piece is a performance-based fee – usually 20% of net profits charged to an investor’s capital account, subject to a “high water mark.”
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