50 Top-Performing Large Hedge Funds

Jan 10 2012 | 1:17pm ET

rank firm fund assets return
1 Tiger Global Management Tiger Global $6.0 45.0%
2 Renaissance Technologies Institutional Equities $7.0 33.1%
3 Bridgewater Associates Pure Alpha II $53.0 23.5%
4 Capital Fund Management Discus Managed Futures Program $2.5 20.9%
5 Providence Investment Management MBS $1.3 20.6%
6 D.E. Shaw Group Oculus $7.0 19.0%
7 Bridgewater Associates All Weather 12% $4.4 17.8%
7 Dymon Asia Capital Asia Macro $1.6 17.8%
9 Citadel Investment Group Citadel $11.0 17.7%
10 Coatue Capital Management Coatue Management $4.7 16.9%
11 Capital Fund Management Stratus Multi-Strategy Program $3.7 16.6%
12 OxFORD Asset Management Ox AM Quant Fund $2.0 16.4%
13 Structured Portfolio Management SPM Core $1.0 15.7%
14 Bridgewater Associates Pure Alpha I $11.0 14.9%
15 Autonomy Capital Global Macro $2.1 13.9
16 BlackRock Alternative Investors Fixed Income Global Alpha $2.4 13.8%
17 Structured Portfolio Management Structured Servicing Holdings $1.6 13.5%
18 GSA Capital Partners International $1.0 13.0%
19 JAT Capital Management JAT Capital $2.5 12.7%
20 Brevan Howard Asset Management Master $26.4 10.8%
21 MKP Capital Management Opportunity Offshore $1.2 10.7%
22 Paulson & Co. Gold $1.2 9.8%
23 Cerberus Capital Management International $1.8 8.9%
24 Capula Investment Management Tail Risk $2.3 8.6%
24 MQ Portfolio Management Macquarie Asian Alpha A $1.6 8.6%
24 Tiger Asia Management Tiger Asia $1.3 8.6%
27 Fortress Investment Group Drawbridge Special Opportunities $5.0 8.4%
28 Saba Capital Management Offshore $3.9 8.1%
29 D.E. Shaw Group Composite $16.0 8.0%
30 Claren Road Asset Management Credit Master $4.2 7.3%
31 Brevan Howard Asset Management Asia Master $1.7 7.2%
32 GSO Capital Partners Special Situations $3.1 7.0%
32 SAC Capital Advisors International $14.0 7.0%
34 AQR Capital Management Absolute Return $1.3 6.8%
35 Oceanic Investment Management Hedge $1.5 6.7%
36 AQR Capital Management Global Risk Premium $5.0 6.5%
37 Fore Research & Management Multi Strategy $1.4 6.4%
37 Millennium International Management Millennium International $7.8 6.4%
39 TIG Holding Tarpon All Equities $1.9 6.2%
40 Nektar Asset Management Brummer & Partners Nektar $3.2 6.1%
41 Stevens Capital Management Tewksbury Investment $3.4 5.9%
42 Vantage Investment Management Global Investment $1.0 5.8%
43 Brevan Howard Asset Management Multi-Strategy Master $1.3 5.5%
43 Pine River Capital Management Pine River $1.1 5.5%
45 VR Capital Group Global Offshore $1.4 5.4%
46 Viking Global Investors Global Equities III $8.5 5.3%
47 Exane Asset Management Archimedes $1.1 5.2%
47 Prologue Capital Feeder A $1.2 5.2%
49 Capula Investment Management Global Relative Value A$ $6.7 5.0%
50 Ortus Capital Management Currency Program $3.0 4.9%

Source: Bloomberg Markets magazine


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