Academics attack fixed fee model in fund management

Stephanie Baxter
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The fixed fee model widely used in fund management only benefits asset managers to the detriment of investors, according to research by Cass Business School.

Academics at the school have now called for managers to adopt a fee structure that better aligns the interests of investors and managers by sharing losses as well as gains. The Heads we win, tails you...

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