Mid-Tier Hedge Funds see room to Grow; Archer Capital, JHL Capital and Sandler O'Neill top the list

April 5th, 2015
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The Top Mid-Sized Hedge Funds now oversee a combined $67.7 billion in assets, according to Hedge Tracker’s most recent rankings. Two distressed focused hedge funds, Archer Capital Management and JHL Capital Group, as well as financials focused Sandler O'Neill Asset Management lead this quarter’s list.

A remarkable fifty-six funds on the Top Mid-Sized Hedge Fund list saw their equity assets increase by more than $50 million over the course of last year. Leading the way were the Menta Capital LLC, Glazer Capital Management and GAMCO Alternative Investment.

Twelve sector focused managers made the list with assets topping $8.3 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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