Did a hedge fund manager learn a little too much from his erstwhile enemies?
Eileen Murray’s not tolerating any dishonesty here.
Come on, guys: Chase Coleman and Larry Robbins have figured it out.
The loophole in the carried-interest loophole is closed, for now.
Our favorite disgruntled would-be Batman just took a bath in a Miami Beach infinity pool.
They’ll probably just shrug off the impending economic cliff the president and Congress seem intent on driving off.
Looks like Crispin Odey’s got something else in common with Boris Johnson.
‘You need to go to jail’ is probably not what Manuel Henriquez was hoping to hear.
We all know this milestone should have been passed the minute Point72 opened to outside investors.
British Airways is a perfectly nice airline, but this is ridiculous.
We’re sure the former presidential candidate would agree, had COVID not taken his ability to continue breathing.
The inscrutable, incomprehensible and completely unnecessary legal battle between the former Cooper-Hohns comes, after much time and expense, to its meaningless and inevitable conclusion.
He’s probably got a private elevator at 220 CPS, so it’s OK.
A promise made over the charred and smoldering remains of California is still a promise.
Luckily for (at least) one convicted hedge fund fraudster.
When others violate Principles, it should cost them $100 million, according to Bridgewater.
I mean, CNBC just totally stripped the nuance from that time he said “hell is coming” and “America will end as we know it” in a TV interview.
And also about how it was not going to change.
It’s sort of sorry, if that helps.
The lazy arrogance of the hedge fund’s effort to destroy them is pretty stark.
Not that he’d want to anyway, of course.
Some people have understood and connected the dots and lay the blame at the Fed’s door.
Yup, we’re still talking about whether insider trading exists.
Eileen Murray intends to get paid.
It’s just so much harder for it to trace that way, it says.
A whole book full of Principles were violated in the case of Bridgewater v. Tekmerion.
A hedge fund wife wants to be Manhattan’s next district attorney.
With a little luck, hedge funds, your next 13Fs might be your last.
Coincidentally, there’s a real bargain for 3,000 lavish square feet in Trump Tower right now.
Can Chatham Asset Management and Brigade Capital Management out-Alden Alden Global Capital?
Sure, the final version was way more damning to the hedge fund managers it helped send to jail, but, like, pretty please?
Alts shops sure got a whole lot of money they allegedly aren’t entitled to.
Pity Todd Ficeto, for he is an American citizen. And also for the whole going to jail during the whole coronavirus thing.
What little outside capital he has left will not be joining him in Puerto Rico.
Sticking to the letter of the bond now seems like bad faith the Argentina’s creditors.
Then Paul Singer would be sorry. But they’re not, and he’s not.
A lot goes in to a 20% drop in a quarter.
Hedge funds, too. You know, except his new one.
The 2020 season is not playing out quite as the big guy imagined.
Laura Bonner’s gender bias lawsuit lives on. Doug Haynes’ defamation lawsuit does not.
He also didn’t need Institutional Investor to write a long feature on him, but he did help all the same.