Competition is going to heat up next year in the hedge fund world and subsequently portfolio managers will see larger payouts, according to payouts to portfolio managers, based on a fund’s profits minus expenses, will increase to a range of about 8% to 20% due to heavy competition, according to a survey by executive recruiting firm Long Ridge Partners of New York. Additionally, Long Ridge predicted average payouts would grow by around 15%, a three percentage-point increase from this year. 

A small number of hedge funds said they would be willing to negotiate with portfolio managers, paying them a management fee on the assets they are allocating or have allocated to them.

Subscribe Now

Access to premium content including in-depth coverage of mutual funds, hedge funds, 401(K)s, 529 plans, and more.

3-Week Free Trial

Insight and analysis into the management, marketing, operations and technology of the asset management industry.