Asset Surges Shake-up Mid-Sized Hedge Fund Rankings; Twenty-One New Funds Join

June 9th, 2016
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The top Mid-Sized Hedge Funds now oversee a combined $65.8 billion in assets, according to Hedge Tracker’s most recent rankings. This quarter’s list is led by Aravt Global, Lumina Fund Management and Fine Capital Partners.

Notably, twenty-one hedge funds on the list were able to join this quarter’s list thanks to asset surges. Growth appears to be the trend this quarter, as thirty-two hedge funds on the Top Mid-Sized Hedge Fund list saw their equity assets increase by more than $50 million, with Thunderbird Partners and Graham Capital Management leading the way.

Fifteen sector focused managers made the list with combined assets topping $10 billion. The sector focused managers on the list have a range of industry focuses, including: Energy, Financials, Healthcare, Technology and Tech-Media-Telecom (TMT) .

Ranking Methodology: The top 100 Mid-Sized Hedge Fund rankings are compiled on a quarterly basis using hedge fund firms’ overall U.S. equity assets under management. The list includes the top hedge funds with less than $850 million in U.S. equity assets. To view the Top 100 Hedge Fund list in its entirety, please visit the premium Hedge Fund Portal.
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