Hedge Fund Rich List: Who Stayed Afloat In Worst Year Since 2008? [INFOGRAPHIC]

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Hedge Fund Rich List: Who Stayed Afloat In Worst Year Since 2008? [INFOGRAPHIC]


Every year, Institutional Investor’s Alpha documents the performance of the world’s most elite investors: hedge fund managers. The Hedge Fund Rich List, in its 14th year of publication, is a “who’s who” of the industry and highlights the performances of the most successful investment managers in the world.

Our infographic today is based on this report, and it breaks down the last year for this elite group.

The Top 10 Investors

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The managers that had the highest returns were as follows:

  1. Charles (Chase) Coleman III of Tiger Global Management – $425 million
    9. O. Andreas Halvorsen of Viking Global Investors – $450 million
    8. David Shaw of D.E. Shaw Group – $530 million
    7. Larry Robbins of Glenview Capital Management – $570 million
    6. Michael Platt of BlueCrest Capital Management – $800 million
    5. Israel (Izzy) Englander of Millennium Management – $900 million
    4. Bill Ackman of Pershing Square Capital Management – $950 million
    3. Ray Dalio of Bridgewater Associates – $1.1 billion
    2. James Simons of Renaissance Technologies – $1.2 billion
    1. Kenneth Griffin of Citadel – $1.3 billion

Hedge Fund Rich List: Who Stayed Afloat In Worst Year Since 2008?

Hedge Fund Rich List Infographic

Infographic source: Visual Capitalist

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