Bridgewater Remains World’s Largest Hedge Fund As Industry Expands

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Rupert Hargreaves
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Bridgewater has retained its spot at the top of the list of the world’s largest hedge funds, according to the Pensions & Investments annual hedge fund special report. A total of 109 hedge fund managers participated in the survey, reporting assets of $1.5 trillion. While this is only a small part of the overall hedge fund industry, which is estimated to have total assets of $4 trillion to $5 trillion, it does provide a good indicator of sentiment across the market. Q3 2023 hedge fund letters, conferences and more Hedge funds recover in 2023 After a tough 2022, funds are…

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