Largest Hedge Funds Revealed: Bridgewater, JPMorgan/Highbridge, Paulson & Co, D.E. Shaw & Co. and Soros Fund Management

September 4th, 2009
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AR Magazine recently released its list of largest hedge fund managers as well as its “Hedge Fund Report Cards.” The top five hedge funds by assets under management were Ray Dalio’s Bridgewater Associates ($37bn), JPMorgan/Highbridge Capital Management ($36bn), John Paulson’s Paulson & Co ($27bn), David Shaw’s D.E. Shaw & Co. ($26 bn) and George Soros’ Soros Fund Management
($24bn).

Some other notables on the list were:
- Jim Simons’s Renaissance Technologies Corporation
($17bn)
- Daniel Och’s Och-Ziff Capital Management ($20.7bn)
- Seth A. Klarman’s Baupost Group ($19bn)
- Farallon Capital Management ($18bn)

To see the complete list as well as the hedge funds’ “Report Cards,” please click “Source Below.” For more information on the hedge funds mentioned in this article, please see free HedgeTracker’s free Hedge Fund Directory.
See Source
For Detailed Investor Profiles on these Investors, click below:
D.E. Shaw & Co
Farallon Capital Management
Highbridge Capital Management
Och-Ziff Capital Management
Paulson & Co.
Renaissance Technologies Corporation
Soros Fund Management
The Baupost Group
Bridgewater Associates LP
Related People: Andrew Hoine; Andrew J.M. Spokes; Anne Dinning; Daniel Och; David E. Shaw; David Windreich; Eric Wepsic; George Rizk; George Soros; Glenn Dubin; Harold Kelly; Henry Swieca*; Jeff Eberwein; Jim Simons; John Paulson; Julius Gaudio; Keith Anderson*; Louis Salkind; Mary Callahan Erdoes (JPM); Max Stone; Mena Gerowin; Michael Cohen; Mike Barr; Ray Dalio; Robert Donald; Robert Soros; Scott Bessent; Scott Kapnick; Seth A. Klarman; Stuart Merzer; Stuart Steckler; Thomas Steyer; Todd Builione; Zameer Arora; Zoltan Varga
Related Entities: Bridgewater All Weather; Bridgewater Pure Alpha Fund II; Baupost Capital; Baupost Fund; Baupost Group Inc, Baupost Group LLC; Baupost Value Partners; Bridgewater Associates Pure Alpha Fund; BSP Partners; D. E. Shaw Oculus Portfolios, LLC; D. E. Shaw Valence Portfolios; D.E. Shaw Group; D.E. Shaw Investment Management; DE Shaw Heliant Fund; Farallon Capital Institutional Partners; Farallon Capital Partners; Farallon Credit Opportunity; Farallon Special Situations; FKG Capital; Hellman & Friedman; 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; Margin of Safety; Margin of Safety; Medallion; Noonday Global Management; Nova; Och-Ziff Capital Structure Arbitrage; OZ Credit Opportunities; OZ Master Fund; Paulson Advantage Master Ltd; Paulson Advantage Plus Master Ltd; Paulson Real Estate Recovery Fund; Paulson Recovery Fund; PCI; Pharos Financial Group (seeded) ; Quantum Emerging Growth Fund; Quantum Fund; Quantum Group of Funds; Renaissance Institutional Equities Funds; Renaissance Institutional Management LLC; Renaissance Technologies LLC; Rentec; Soros Capital LP; Soros European Equity Fund; Soros Quantum Endowment Fund; Ziff Brothers
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