``Most hedge funds don’t levy the fees, usually 20 percent of profits, until they climb back to their peak value, known as the high-water mark. New York-based Och-Ziff, which oversees $21.5 billion, and Bain’s Brookside Capital LLC of Boston, manager of $10 billion, resume the fees one year after an annual loss, according to investor agreements obtained by Bloomberg News. ''

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