'Big Short' Steve Eisman: Why every sector has its own 'mafia'

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Steve Eisman of Neuberger Berman
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Steve Eisman of Neuberger Berman

Steve Eisman, the hedge fund manager who called 2008's subprime mortgage crisis and was portrayed by Steve Carrell in 'The Big Short', talks to Investment Week about his new fund, TM Neuberger Berman Absolute Alpha, which launched in February 2019.

How does your fund differ from other hedge funds? It has a bit of a different structure: It is a flat fee, no carry; it provides 100% transparency of positions - you know what you own and what you are...

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