Man Group, Winton and BlueCrest short British Pound…And Win Big

March 31st, 2010
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Three of the United Kingdom’s largest hedge funds—Man Group plc, Winton Capital, and BlueCrest Asset Management — reaped huge profits from the fall in the British currency, according to Mail Online. Hedge funds managed by these three large British money managers have reportedly profited from the loss by betting on the pound’s weakness by short selling. Man Group, Winton Capital, and BlueCrest declined to comment on the matter, despite reports that they locked in huge profits.
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BlueCrest Capital Management
Man Group plc
Winton Capital Management
Related People: David Harding; Emmanuel Roman; Jon Aisbitt; Matthew Beddall; Michael Platt; Raj Patel; William Reeves
Related Entities: Man Group plc*; Adam Harding & Lueck*; AHL; BlueCrest Capital; BlueCrest Capital Management; BlueCrest Special Situations Fund LP; BlueCrest Strategic Ltd; BlueMountain Capital Management; GLG Partners; Man Global Strategies; Man Group Holdings; Man Investments
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