19 May 2011
Stockholm (HedgeFonder.nu) - Some of the biggest names in Europe’s hedge fund industry won awards at The Eleventh Hedge Funds Review European Performance Awards in London yesterday.
Swedish hedge fund manager, Brummer & Partners, won the award for "Best fixed income hedge fund" and "Best non-directional hedge fund over 10 years", for hedge fund Nektar Asset Management. Nektar was also shortlisted for "Hedge fund of the year" and "Best non-directional hedge fund over three years."
Another of Brummer & Partners hedge fund's, Futuris Asset Management, won "Best directional hedge fund over 10 years" and was shortlisted for, "Best directional hedge fund over three years."
The "Hedge fund of the year" award went to GLG Market Neutral Fund run by GLG Partners, now part of the Man Group.
The Judges were Caroline Butler, co-director of family office Lord North Street; Phil Irvine, director of PiRho Investment Consulting; Chris Jones, chief investment officer (CIO) at Key Asset Management; Tushar Patel, managing director of Investment Management; and Michiel Timmerman, managing director and CIO at Ignis Advisors. Chairman of the panel was Margie Lindsay, editor of Hedge Funds Review.
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Posted by Alex Akesson at 10:57:00 am