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Money for nothing

15 December 2008 By Richard Beales

More than 40% of hedge fund investments come through funds of funds, which usually charge a second layer of steep fees. Their benefits were supposed to include access, due diligence and diversification. The hedge fund meltdown and the Madoff scandal call all these into question.

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