Burlingame fees go downstream

Thu May 1, 2003



As many hedge fund managers head upstream with both management and performance fees, Burlingame Asset Management is looking to reel in the fee-wary investor with a lower incentive fee. But there is a catch. Investors have to agree to a longer lock-up period than the standard one-year term. While it is not unusual for hedge fund managers...

ISSN: 2151-1845 / CDC10004H

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