20 rising star Hedge Fund managers

Discussion in 'Wall St. News' started by makloda, Jul 5, 2007.

  1. http://ftalphaville.ft.com/blog/2007/07/05/5688/the-20-rising-hedge-fund-stars/

    1. Lawrence Abele, Auriel Capital Management, 40
    2. Jennifer Coffey, HRJ Capital, 36
    3. Uwe Eberle, Man Investments, 42
    4. David Fiszel, Rhombus Capital Management, 34
    5. Elizabeth R Flisser, Capital Z Investment Partners, 33
    6. Ravi Gopalakrishnan, Hudson Fairfax Group, 40
    7. Alissa Grad, DB Zwirn, 28
    8. Anne Dias Griffin, Aragon Global Management, 36 (They rise above mentioning her famous husband - yes, that Griffin)
    9. Andrew A F Hack, Carlyle-Blue Wave Partners, 33
    10. Eric Hage, Mohican Financial Management, 42
    11. James J Higgins, Sorin Capital Management, 39
    12. Moe Ibrahim, The Asian Debt Fund, 32
    13. Steve Keeling, KI Asset Management, 38
    14. J Alan Lenahan, Fund Evaluation Group, 32
    15. Kevin McCarthy, Carlson Capital, 42
    16. Keith Pagan, GEM Capital, 40
    17. Thomas C Priore, Institutional Credit Partners, 37
    18. Stephen Roseman, Thesis Capital Management, 36
    19. Steven A Tananbaum, GoldenTree Asset Management, 42
    20. Whitney Tilson, T2 Partners, 40

    Pictures and more details @ http://www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/ii/20rs-hedgefunds07/index.php click the arrows in the navigation bar to turn the pages.
  2. Where's Dimitry?
  3. Hey, what about me !? :confused::D :D
  4. Hmmm I think they don't list dip buyers, sorry!!! :D
  5. <rant>
    No Timothy Sykes WTF?? This guy managed to turn his bar mitzvah money of $12,000 into a pretaxed sum of 1.5 Gajillion bucks!!
  6. Timmaaay was #21 - they shafted him.:mad:
  7. RobertR


    Is it possible they could put together a list of 20 less impressive people? This has got to be the biggest joke I've ever seen in II. The typical 1st year analyst I know has more impressive skills and career prospects than this bunch of clowns. The first 20 names in the hedge fund business that spin off the top of my head are more successful than these people. I think this article should be called "20 Random People in Hedge Funds Who Wasted Their Time By Answering an II News Questionnaire"
  8. Obviously such a list cant be comprehensive. anyway hedgefunds are way overrated.
  9. Spoken by a person with NO experince anywhere
  10. I think Steve Keeling should be higher up..
    #10     Jul 13, 2007