Dalio’s Bridgewater Associates retains position as top US Hedge Fund

October 5th, 2010
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Ray Dalio’s Westport-based Bridgewater Associates continues to reign as the United States’ largest hedge fund. According to the Wall Street Journal, Bridgewater, which manages $50.9 billion as of July 1, outranks J.P. Morgan Asset Management - which takes second place with $41.1 billion in assets under management (AUM) - by nearly $10 billion. The bulk of JPM’s hedge fund assets are managed by Highbridge Capital Management, its multi-strategy hedge fund management subsidiary.

John Paulson’s Paulson & Co follows in third place with $31 billion in AUM. Bridgewater’s success this year is largely due to the strong performance of its Pure Alpha Fund II.
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Highbridge Capital Management
Paulson & Co.
Bridgewater Associates LP
Related People: Andrew Hoine; Glenn Dubin; Henry Swieca*; John Paulson; Mary Callahan Erdoes (JPM); Mena Gerowin; Mike Barr; Ray Dalio; Scott Kapnick; Stuart Merzer; Todd Builione
Related Entities: Bridgewater All Weather; Bridgewater Pure Alpha Fund II; Bridgewater Associates Pure Alpha Fund; Highbridge Capital LP; Highbridge Convertible Arbitrage Opportunities Fund; Highbridge Event Driven Relative Value Fund LP; Highbridge Long Short Equity Fund LP; Highbridge Statistical Market Neutral mutual fund; JPMorgan Chase & Co; Paulson Advantage Master Ltd; Paulson Advantage Plus Master Ltd; Paulson Real Estate Recovery Fund; Paulson Recovery Fund; PCI
Related Article Tags: Multi-Strategy, Long Short, Equity, Debt and Global Macro Hedge Fund News; Hedge Fund Spotlight Reports


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