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The 40 Biggest Hedge Fund Billionaires

You won’t be surprised to find that there aren’t that many hedge fund billionaires, out of the more than 8,000 funds in existence. These hedge fund managers have reached the top of the industry, and for this reason they have pulled in quite a bit of money along the way.


Highest Net Worth Hedge Fund Managers

Here is a list of hedge fund billionaires ranked in terms of their amounts of Assets Under Management:

1. Ken Griffin. $57.9 billion.

2. David Shaw. $53.2 billion.

3. Alan Howard. $40.1 billion.

4. James Simons. $38.1 billion

5. Michael Platt. $35 billion.

6. Israel Englander. $32.6 billion.

7. Philip Falcone. $26.9

8. Daniel Och. $26.9 billion.

9. Julian Robertson. $22 billion (in 1998)

10. Carl Icahn. $21.5 billion.

11. Stephen Mandel, Jr. $20.5 billion.

12. Steven Cohen. $18.2 billion.

13. Andreas Halvorsen. $18 billion.

14.  Joshua Friedman. $17.6 billion

15. Chase Coleman. $15.8 billion.

16. John Paulson. $14.2 billion.

17. Edward Lampert. $12.3 billion.

18. Marc Lasry. $12.3 billion.

19. James Dinan. $12 billion.

20. Ray Dalio. $11.4 billion.

21. William Ackman. $11 billion.

22. Glenn Dubin. $10.1 billion.

23. Stanley Druckenmiller. $10 billion.

24. George Soros. $9.2 billion.

25. David Tepper. $6.9 billion.

26. Leon Cooperman. $6.5 billion.

27. David Harding. $5.5 billion.

28. Thomas Steyer. $5.2 billion.

29. Paul Singer. $5.2 billion.

30. Daniel Loeb. $4.5 billion.

31. Louis Bacon. $4.2 billion.

32. Richard Chilton, Jr. $3.7 billion

33. John Arnold. $3.5 billion.

34. Seth Klarman. $3.1 billion.

35. Noam Gottesman. $2.6 billion.

36. Bruce Kovner. $2.3 billion.

37. Paul Tudor Jones. $1.3 billion.

38. Michael Hintze. $686.8 million.

39. Thomas Sandell. $598.2 million.

40. Henry Swieca. $354 million.


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