Bad Year For Hedge Funds Still Produces Billionaires

Jan 20 2015 | 11:10am ET

#1113
Alan Howard, Brevan Howard, $1.6 billion
 
#1204
Henry Swieca, Talpion, $1.5 billion  

#1308
Thomas Sandell, Sandell Asset Management, $1.3 billion  

#1323
Richard Chilton Jr, Chilton Investment Company, $1.3 billion

#1333
Stephen Feinberg, Cerberus Capital Management, $1.3 billion  

#1472
O. Francis Biondi, King Street Capital Management, $1.1 billion  

#1497
Brian Higgins, King Street Capital Management, $1.1 billion  

#1517
Christopher Hohn, Children's Investment Fund Management, $1 billion

#1540
Robert Citrone, Discovery Capital Management, $1 billion

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