Two things will be in short supply for the Facebook IPO: Mark Zuckerberg and fees. According to BusinessWeek, analysts and bankers were told at a meeting yesterday that they won’t get ‘a of face time’ with the CEO. Of course, he wasn’t even at the meeting. Sheryl Sandberg, the COO was there, however. So far, Zuck’s role in the IPO roadshow has yet to be revealed.

To make matters worse, the many bankers on this IPO won’t make much from it. Rather than the standard 2 percent fee for an IPO, Facebook is only paying 1.1 percent, according to 24/7 Wall Street. So, it’s up to the underwriters to figure out how to monetize prestige.

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Sources, BusinessWeek, 24/7 Wall Street

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