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Carried Interest

Carried Interest

Carried interest is a share of the profits earned by an investment fund that is paid to the fund managers. This form of performance fee rewards the managers for enhancing the fund's value and aligns their interests with those of the investors. Typically, carried interest ranges from 20% to 30% of the fund's profits, reflecting the significant role of fund managers in generating returns.

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