Numeric Investors has shut its four mutual funds, with $455 million in assets, so that it can focus on institutional and wealthy clients, for whom the firm runs $13 billion, The Wall Street Journal reports.

The funds were notable not only because they were top performers among their peers but also because they used a fee structure normally reserved for hedge funds.

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