Tiger Management

John Griffin’s Blue Ridge Fund Closing

December 20, 2017 James Heinsman Hedge Fund News

Despite two decades of mostly positive results, John Griffin has decided to close down his Blue Ridge Capital hedge fund, worth about $6 billion. Griffin is just one more high-profile investors to throw in the towel due to the lackluster performances in recent years of hedge funds generally. Griffin got his start as a protégé […]

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Tiger Legend Robertson-Backed Fund Shutting Down

December 8, 2016 James Heinsman Hedge Fund News

As investors pull their money the Emerging Sovereign Group has decided to close one of its hedge funds. A manager of about $330 million including borrowed funds, the Emerging Sovereign Master Fund is closing shop. The fund is a macro strategy and is one of 6 total funds in a filing. The other funds include […]

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One More Hedge Fund Bites the Dust

June 17, 2015 Debbie Jacobs Hedge Fund News

Founded in 2008 by Laurence Chang and Scott Sinclair, Cascabel Management L.P. announced that it was time to give up the ghost of the poorly performing stock-focused hedge fund. The news is especially bothersome as the fund was backed by Julian Robertson’s hugely successful Tiger Management LLC. The news of the demise of one more […]

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Tiger’s Robertson Predicting Bursting Bubbles in Near Future

September 23, 2014 James Heinsman In the News

Speaking on a panel during the Bloomberg Markets Most Influential Summit held last Monday, Julian Robertson, founder of Tiger Management, forewarned his audience that bubbles in the financial markets are about to burst. Robertson, one of the hedge fund industry’s most successful managers explained that despite a recovering economy, one of the driving forces behind […]

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Tiger Consumer Management’s Top Ten Positions in 2011

April 22, 2012 James Heinsman Tops

Patrick McCormack is the manager of Tiger Consumer Management, and is another baby of the financial management firm of Tiger Management. Along with its siblings Tiger Consumer is headquartered at 101 Park Avenue in Manhattan. It was launched in 2006, and its governing strategy is not to change its exposure due to economic or market […]

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Julian Robertson Follower Coaxes 45% Out of Top Hedge Fund

February 15, 2012 James Heinsman In the News

After attending Williams College like his father and grandfather, descendants of Peter Stuyvesant, the last Dutch governor of New York, Charles Payson Coleman III, went to work for Julian Robertson at Tiger Management LLC. That year, 2000, Robertson, who was 79, closed his fund and handed over $25 million to Coleman to manage. Coleman was […]

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