Right now a manager can charge a high entry fee, high success fee, open unlimited programs and restart or abandon them without any consequences. I believe we may already have a bunch of professional managers on board, but the thing is they are not encouraged to play fair. They know they can collect some fees here and there and end up in profits at the cost of investors loss, so they are not doing their best.
If Genesis Vision were only profitable for the managers but not for the investors, wouldn't this be called a failure?
The managers already have good incentives... so could you please pay attention and discourage them from engaging in practices, which could be described as manipulative. A thread about this has also been posted on Reddit, you must realize the problem, and think for solution.
An answer like "this is investors sole responsibility" is not acceptable. You must have the right integrity and strive to create a healthy atmosphere that genuinely encourages the best managerial practices, while at the same time allowing investors to enjoy their gains, not trying to squeeze every possible fee in the world while leaving them broke. Especially the investors, because we are the boss here :-)
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