Mumbai-based Alchemy Capital Management ranked No. 1 on Simplify's list as manager Hiren Ved's $53 million long-short equity fund gained 63 percent through November….
The second and third spots went to San Francisco-based funds: Oleg Nodelman's $206 million long-short equity fund EcoR1 Capital Fund posted a 62.2 percent gain, while Kurt von Emster and Behzad Aghazadeh's $182 million venBio Select Fund surged 61.8 percent, according to the survey.
Other funds on Simplify's top-twenty list were also mostly on the smaller side, generally overseeing less than $1 billion. Paul Mulvaney's $198 million Mulvaney Global Diversified Program gained 53 percent, while Darren Upton's $660 million ISAM Systematic Fund jumped 48 percent.
Fake Hedge Fund Manager Gets Three-And-A-Half Very Real Years In The Pokey
Gregg Caplitz knows what we're talking about.
How Can You Abandon Bill Ackman In His Time Of Greatest Need?
You people disgust us.
Maybe Bill Ackman Should Use Labor Day Weekend to Think About Whether This Hedge Fund Thing Is Right For Him
Or at least just reevaluate his relationships with Herbalife and Valeant.