Dutch and Australians bemoan 2/20 fees

Australian and Dutch pension funds believe many alternative asset managers’ fee structures are “grossly” excessive, says Australia’s Centre for Investor Education (CIE). Jamie Nemtsas, director, said the 2/20-style fee structure was a “common stress point” for attendees at the recent Superannuation and Pension Funds Summit on Dutch and Australian Cooperation and Alliance.

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