LONDON (Reuters) - Hedge fund firm Brevan Howard, one of Europe’s largest, will cut its main Master fund and its Multi-Strategy fund’s management fees to zero for some current investors, a source close to the matter told Reuters.
The $14.5 billion main fund, which has suffered back-to-back annual losses, joins a string of other hedge funds in lowering fees as they battle to woo investors.
Brevan will cut fees from Dec. 1 but will still charge a 20 percent performance fee.
Multi-manager hedge fund Caxton told investors this month that it was cutting fees after Och-Ziff Capital Management and Tudor Investment Corp made similar moves.
Reporting by Maiya Keidan; Editing by David Goodman
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