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Tomorrow’s Titans of hedge funds revealed by Ernst & Young and Hedge Fund Journal survey

Monday, July 02, 2012

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Arthur Tully
Beverly Chandler, Opalesque London: The second Tomorrow’s Titans survey identifying 40 emerging hedge fund managers who are making an increasing contribution to the industry's development and success has been published by The Hedge Fund Journal and sponsored by Ernst & Young.

Following the first survey in 2010, Tomorrow's Titans: Blue Chip Managers for the Next Decade, this year's report highlights a new list of the top emerging hedge fund industry leaders based on their performance, asset size and the extent of their portfolio management responsibilities. They were chosen via a survey of allocators and service providers administered by The Hedge Fund Journal.

"Ernst & Young is proud to continue its support for this survey and congratulates those selected as Tomorrow's Titans by The Hedge Fund Journal," said Arthur Tully, Partner, Financial Services and Global Hedge Fund services Co-leader, Ernst & Young LLP. "As a leading global provider of services to the hedge fund industry, Ernst & Young strives to help Tomorrow's Titans and their colleagues stay one step ahead in this challenging financial environment."

The new leaders are spread around the globe with 20 in the US, 14 in Europe, and six in the Asia-Pacific region, including one in Australia. The report says: "The basis of their success varies: many membe......................

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