Bridgewater Associates launched a sustainable investing group overseen by newly named co-CIOs Karen Karniol-Tambour and Carsten Stendevad.
Hedge fund managers are optimistic about 2021 given market opportunities and nascent investor interest in hedge funds as a bond substitute.
Brevan Howard is making money for its billionaire co-founder Alan Howard and other partners through more than just hedge fund fees.
Credit Suisse and Nomura said they may face “significant” losses, following exposure to wrong-way bets by Archegos Capital Management.
Scott Soussa, a senior managing director and co-head of Blackstone Group's general partnership stakes business, is leaving the firm.
Retail investors' frenzied attack on short sellers has pushed some hedge funds to rethink their strategies.
Global asset managers are struggling to find a foothold in $578 billion hedge fund industry, despite long-awaited policy changes.
A deal between Michael Hintze's CQS and its equity hedge fund spinoff has collapsed as the billionaire renews focus on his investing roots.
Billionaire hedge fund manager Michael Hintze has stepped up succession planning after a turbulent year at his investment firm, CQS.
Crispin Odey stepped down as co-CEO of Odey Asset Management and will focus on running assets at the firm.
Hedge funds that have racked up the largest bets against the dollar in almost three years may be running headlong into a short squeeze.
Hedge fund managers are launching new funds to capture alpha from environmental long and short investments.
The hedge fund firm, whose flagship fund has returned more than three times the average of hedge fund peers, is now headed in reverse.
Four equity portfolio managers at Ken Griffin's Citadel left the firm last week, after one of the most volatile months for stocks on record.
Xavier Rolet is stepping down as CEO of billionaire Michael Hintze's hedge fund firm, CQS, just a year after taking the job.
Many of the biggest activist hedge funds saw blockbuster returns last year as concentrated wagers on a variety of companies paid off.
Bryan Corbett to succeed Richard Baker as president and CEO of Managed Funds Association.
Hedge fund managers are acceding to investor demand for separately managed customized hedge fund strategies.
Billionaire Louis Bacon is effectively quitting the hedge fund business after several years of poor performance, ending his 30-year career.
Alan Howard, whose hedge fund once managed $40 billion, is betting his time is better spent trading rather than running his firm.
Hedge fund firm Element Capital Management is dismissing seven portfolio managers as it refocuses on its main macro strategy.
Pablo Salame, one of Wall Street's most prominent trading executives, was hired by Citadel to lead its credit business.
Hedge fund managers are getting creative in their efforts to attract employees with diverse backgrounds, especially for investment teams.
Aberdeen Standard Investments and Hedge Fund Research have created a fund that tracks HFR's broad index of 500 hedge funds.
Billionaire David Tepper is planning to return money to investors, following others who quit the struggling hedge fund industry.