Lately we’ve fielded a lot of questions about fund fees. It seems both advisors and clients alike are finding fee disclosure confusing and there’s a lack of clarity around what investors are actually paying. This can become even more of a challenge for long/short equity funds.
Josh Vail, CAIA, serves as President at 361 Capital and has more than 19 years of experience working with alternative investments and product development.
Andrea Coleman, CAIA, has been helping investment professionals implement financial products and strategies into their portfolios for more than a decade. Andrea is well-versed in implementing and explaining alternative strategies.
*Since prospectuses tend to be a look back to the previous year, you should also consult the most recent Annual or Semi-Annual Report for more recent fiscally calculated expense ratios.
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