Bad Year For Hedge Funds Still Produces Billionaires

Jan 20 2015 | 11:10am ET

#866
Noam Gottesman, GLG Partners, $2.1 billion
 
#860
Chase Coleman III, Tiger Global Management, $2.1 billion

#849
Stephen Mandel Jr., Lone Pine Capital, $2.1 billion

#927
Glenn Dubin, Highbridge Capital Management, $1.9 billion

#952
Paul Singer, Elliott Management, $1.9 billion

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Marc Lasry, Avenue Capital Group, $1.8 billion

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David Einhorn, Greenlight Capital, $1.8 billion

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Larry Robbins, Glenview Capital Partners, $1.7  billion

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Louis Bacon, Moore Capital Management, $1.6 billion

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Thomas Steyer, Farallon Capital, $1.6 billion

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