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Tudor Cuts Fees on Biggest Fund to Keep Investors on Board

  • Firm’s charges are among the hedge fund industry’s highest
  • Macro hedge fund declined 2.6% this year as of May 13
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Tudor Trims Fees to 2.25& of Assets

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Tudor Investment Corp., one of the oldest and most expensive hedge funds, is trimming fees as the finance industry’s highest-paid money managers face a growing backlash over their lackluster performance.

The $11.6 billion firm, run by billionaire Paul Tudor Jones, will reduce fees for a share class that contains most of its biggest fund’s money to 2.25 percent of assets and 25 percent of profits, starting July 1, according to a letter sent to clients on Monday and obtained by Bloomberg. The fees were 2.75 percent and 27 percent.