In another sign of the difficulties facing the financial services industry, Camulos Capital has told its investors that if they keep nearly $2 billion with the $2.5 billion hedge fund for the next year, the fund will reduce its fee by 75 basis points to 1.25%, The Wall Street Journal reports. And if the fund makes money between Oct. 1 and the end of 2010, it will reduce its share of profits to 10%, rather than the standard 20%.


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