Capula Partner Gets £27M Bonus

Jan 3 2012 | 1:54pm ET

Last year was among the worst ever for hedge funds—but not for Capula Investment Management co-founder Yan Huo.

London-based Capula paid its 18 top executives £92 million in dividends in the year ended March 31. Huo collected £27 million of that payout, the Sunday Times reports.

According to the Times, Huo made his money better against the euro.

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