Hedge Fund - Durable Capital Partners

Henry Ellenbogen Bio, Returns, AUM, Net Worth

Durable Capital Partners (DCP), founded in Q2 of 2019 by Henry Ellenbogen, is a Maryland-based hedge fund manager. Ellenbogen, who also serves as the managing member of DCP’s general partner, Durable Capital Associates, leads the firm in pursuing a primarily long-only equity investment strategy. DCP focuses on early-stage growth and durable growth in small- and mid-cap equities across public markets.

Henry Ellenbogen currently serves as Managing Partner and Chief Investment Officer of Durable Capital. Before establishing Durable, he was a Vice President at T. Rowe Price Associates, Inc., and served as the Chief Investment Officer for U.S. Equity Growth at T. Rowe Price Group. Henry was the lead Portfolio Manager for the U.S. Small-Cap Growth Equity Strategy and managed the New Horizons Fund. Additionally, he contributed as a member of the U.S. Equity Steering Committee and the Corporate Governance Committee for U.S. Equity. Henry graduated magna cum laude from Harvard College with a Bachelor’s degree in History and Science. He also holds a J.D. from Harvard Law School and an MBA from Harvard Business School, where he was a Baker Scholar. Furthermore, he served as an adjunct professor at New York University's Graduate School of Politics.

Durable Capital Partners is a hedge fund managing discretionary assets totaling $16,939,969,975 for 5 clients, as reported in their Form ADV on March 2024. Their latest 13F filing for Q1 2024 disclosed $12,906,951,204 in managed 13F securities, with a top 10 holdings concentration of 47.85%. The fund's largest holding is Intuit, Inc., with 1,426,264 shares.

Henry Ellenbogen
Fund Profile
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Fund Name: Durable Capital Partners
Manager Henry Ellenbogen
Portfolio Value $12,906,951,204
Change This QTR +1.02%
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No. Security Ticker Shares Value Activity % Port History
1. INTU 1,426,264 $927,071,600 -1% 7.18%
2. DUOL 3,105,148 $684,933,546 -3% 5.3%
3. HUBS 1,091,362 $683,803,775 -3% 5.29%
4. ROP 1,194,835 $670,111,261 -5% 5.19%
5. JBHT 3,222,501 $642,083,324 -4% 4.97%