Bad Year For Hedge Funds Still Produces Billionaires

Jan 20 2015 | 11:10am ET


Michael Platt, BlueCrest Capital, $3.6 billionaire
Daniel Och, Och-Ziff Capital Management, $3.6 billion

Israel Englander, Millenium Management $3.4 billion

Julian Robertson, Jr, Tiger Management, $3.3 billion (retired)

Stanley Druckenmiller, Duquesne Capital Management, $3.1 billion (retired)

John Arnold, Centaurus Capital, $2.9 billion (retired)

William Ackman, Pershing Square Capital Management, $2.7 billion

Daniel Loeb, Third Point, $2.3 billion

Andreas Halvorsen, Viking Global Investors, $2.2 billion

James Dinan, York Capital Management, $2.2 billion

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