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Pierre-Henri Flamand va fermer son hedge fund ! Pierre-Henri Flamand quitte Goldman Sachs pour lancer son hedge fund !

Pierre-Henri Flamand va fermer son hedge fund !

Depuis 15 ans chez Goldman Sachs, Pierre-Henri Flamand avait été nommé en 2008 responsable du trading du desk le plus prolifique chez Goldman Sachs... C’est un petit séisme dans l’univers des hedge funds. L’ex patron du Desk Principal Strategies de Goldman Sachs a finalement rendu les armes, et décidé de fermer Edoma Partners LLP, le hedge funds qu’il avait créé en novembre 2010. S’appuyant sur l’efficace réseau de Goldman Sachs et sur une flatteuse réputation à la tête d’une des unités les plus prolifiques de l’histoire de la banque, il avait alors réussi l’exploit de lever 2 milliards de dollars dans un contexte des plus difficiles pour les jeunes créateurs de fonds. Pour autant, les performances du fonds n’ont jamais réussi à décoller. C’est très décevant pour tout le monde. . « C’est très décevant pour tout le monde. Julian Robertson (Tiger management) Julian H.

Julian Robertson (Tiger management)

Robertson Jr. KNZM (born June 25, 1932)[1] is an American former hedge fund manager. Now retired, Robertson invests directly in other hedge funds, most run by former employees of Robertson's defunct hedge fund company. He was born in Salisbury, North Carolina in the United States. Robertson founded the investment firm Tiger Management Corp., one of the earliest hedge funds.

In 1993, his compensation and share of Tiger's gain exceeded $300 million. Peter Lynch - Biographie. Peter Lynch.

Peter Lynch - Biographie

James Chanos. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre.

James Chanos

James S. Jean-marie eveillard. James Chanos. James S.

James Chanos

Chanos (né en 1958 à Milwaukee) est le gérant du hedge fund Kynikos Associates. Son fonds d'investissement est spécialisé dans la vente à découvert. Il s'est fait connaître en 2001 pour avoir vendu à découvert de façon importante la société Enron. Jeffrey Vinik. Jeffrey N.

Jeffrey Vinik

Vinik (born March 22, 1959) is the current owner of the Tampa Bay Lightning (NHL) and the Tampa Bay Storm (AFL),[1] as well as a minority owner of the Boston Red Sox (MLB).[2] He is also on the board of directors for Liverpool Football Club of the Premier League.[3] Corporate Leadership. Emmanuel Roman. John Griffin (Blue Ridge) Glenn Dubin. Glenn Dubin (born April 13, 1957) is the Co-Founder, Chairman and CEO of Highbridge Capital Management, an alternative asset management company based in New York City, and a founding board member of the Robin Hood Foundation.

Glenn Dubin

Andreas Halvorsen (Viking Global) 1. Jim Breyer - Tomio Geron. Timothy R. Barakett. Marc Lasry. Kenneth C. Griffin. Kenneth Cordele Griffin (born October 15, 1968, Daytona Beach, Florida) is an American hedge fund manager.

Kenneth C. Griffin

He is the founder and CEO of Citadel LLC, a Chicago-based investment firm.[3] Citadel's group of hedge funds rank amongst the largest and most successful hedge funds in the world, and Griffin has earned several billion dollars during his tenure at the company. As of 2012, he has an estimated net worth of $3 billion.[1] For several years, Griffin avoided extensive press coverage in a manner similar to other hedge fund managers such as billionaire Steven A. Cohen.[4] As Citadel grew, he agreed that the firm would benefit from broader exposure and started opening up in 2001. More recently, Griffin has adopted a significantly more prominent media profile. Chase Coleman (Tiger II) Tiger Global Management LLC Overview Tiger Global Management LLC is a hedge fund based in New York.

Chase Coleman (Tiger II)

Founded by Charles (Chase) Coleman III. They hold $1.4 billion in assets under management. One of the Tiger Cubs Top Equity Holdings As of June 30, 2008. George Soros. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre.

George Soros

Dans le nom hongroisSorosGyörgy, le nom de famille précède le prénom, mais cet article utilise l’ordre habituel en français GyörgySoros où le prénom précède le nom. Carl Icahn. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. James Simons. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Pour les articles homonymes, voir Simons. John Paulson. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. John Alfred Paulson (né le 14 décembre 1955) est un financier et philanthrope américain.

Il est le fondateur et président du fond de gestion alternative (hedge fund) Paulson & Co. basé à New York. Steven A. Cohen. Steven A. Cohen (born June 11, 1956) is an American hedge fund manager. He is the founder of SAC Capital Advisors, a Stamford, Connecticut-based hedge fund focusing primarily on equity market strategies. He has an estimated net worth of $9.3 billion as of March 2013, ranked by Forbes as the 106th richest man in the world.[1][2] Cohen is 35th overall in the U.S.[3] In November 2012, he began to be implicated in a large criminal insider trading scandal.

In July 2013, SAC was charged by the Securities and Exchange Commission with failing to prevent insider trading.[4][5] In November 2013, SAC Capital agreed to plead guilty, stop managing funds for outsiders, and pay a $1.2 billion fine.[6] Paul Tudor Jones. Paul Tudor Jones II (born September 28, 1954), is the founder of Tudor Investment Corporation, a private asset management company and hedge fund.

As of March 2014, he was estimated to have a net worth of USD 4.3 billion by Forbes Magazine and ranked as the 108th richest American[3] and 345th richest in the world.[2] With this financial success he founded the Robin Hood Foundation. Beginnings and professional life[edit] Jones was born in Memphis, Tennessee. He graduated from Presbyterian Day School, an all-boys elementary school, before attending Memphis University School for high school.

David Tepper. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Pour les articles homonymes, voir Tepper. Stephen Mandel (Lone Pine) Stephen F. Bruce Kovner. Bruce Stanley Kovner (born 1945 in Brooklyn, New York) is an American businessman. He is Chairman of Caxton Alternative Management LP, which he established in January 2012 to manage his investment, trading and business activities. Lee Ainslie (Maverick Capital) Lee S. Ainslie III is the head of hedge fund Maverick Capital, which in 1993 he helped form at the invitation of billionaire Sam Wyly.[1] Biography[edit] Prior to joining Maverick, he worked at Julian Robertson's Tiger Management Corp.[2] He holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Virginia and an MBA from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Kenan–Flagler Business School.[2][3] He was profiled in the book, Hedge Hunters, by Katherine Burton.[4] References[edit] External links[edit] "A calm exterior; Lee Ainslie's soft-spoken demeanor cloaks a hard-headed investor with a relentless focus on performance.

David Einhorn (hedge fund manager) David Einhorn (born November 20, 1968), an American hedge fund manager, is the founder and president of Greenlight Capital,[4] a "long-short value-oriented hedge fund. " He started Greenlight Capital in 1996 with $900,000. Greenlight has generated about a 20% annualized return for investors.[5] Einhorn is also the Chairman of Greenlight Capital Re, Ltd, a Cayman Islands-based reinsurance company and is a major shareholder. Einhorn was a director at New Century Financial Corp., a major subprime mortgage lender, between March 2006 and March 2007. Greenlight Capital held 6.3% of the company's stock at the time he resigned from the board.[6] A class action lawsuit was brought against 13 former directors and senior management of New Century.

The lawsuit did not allege any specific wrongdoing by Einhorn and was settled in 2010 without any admission of liability on Einhorn's part. Ray Dalio. Early life and education[edit] Dalio was born in Jackson Heights, Queens, New York, United States.[7] The son of a jazz musician, Dalio began investing at age 12 when he bought shares of Northeast Airlines for $300 and tripled his investment after the airline merged with another company.[8] He received his BA from Long Island University and an MBA from Harvard Business School.[8] Jeremy Grantham. Jeremy Grantham is a British investor and co-founder and chief investment strategist of Grantham Mayo van Otterloo (GMO), a Boston-based asset management firm.