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Hedge Funds Cost N.Y. Pension Plan $3.8 Billion, Report Says

The New York state comptroller's decision to stick with hedge funds despite their poor returns has cost the Common Retirement Fund $3.8 billion in fees and underperformance, according to a critical report by the Department of Financial Services.The state comptroller, who invests $181 billion for two systems covering local employees, police and fire personnel, "has over relied on so-called ‘active' management by outside hedge fund managers," the department said Monday in the 20-page report.
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