The Economist, October 2012
Hedge Funds have had an incredible run over the last 2 decades. The annual salaries and bonuses of the most successful managers have been amongst the highest paid to anyone, anywhere, ever.
Astronomical wealth has kept everything from top end international property to luxury goods to private yachts afloat for many years.
This is starting to change.
Multiple headwinds of lacklustre performance, increasing competition and invasive regulation are starting to bite.
This new Global Perspectives white paper examines these trends and asks the question - have hedge funds reached the end of their "Gilded Age"?
Click here to read the full white paper