"The study analyzed investment strategies, incentive allocations/management fees,liquidity and structures, as well as whether any form of strategic capital was raised. The study did not cover managed account structures or funds ofone that may have a wider variation in the fee arrangements and/or other terms," the law firm said in the report.
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