In the Margins

Rich List: Hedge fund managers earned nearly $13b in 2015

May 11, 2016

By Alpha

The 25 top-earning hedge fund managers took home almost $13 billion in 2015, a more than 10% increase over the year prior. The top spot on the annual Alpha Rich List is occupied by two managers, Renaissance Technologies founder James Simons and Citadel's Kenneth Griffin, who each earned $1.7 billion last year. Read the original story from Alpha

 

 

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