JAT assets nearly halved following 19.6% loss last year
By Rob Copeland
Mon Feb 25, 2013
John Thaler's now-$1.3 billion firm shows strong January to begin comeback.
JAT Capital Management has shrunk to $1.3 billion from $2.4
billion just one year ago, squeezed by a difficult combination
of poor performance and redemptions, according to people close
to the firm.
The money fled as JAT turned in a gruesome 2012, with the
flagship TMT-focused global equity fund down 19.6% compared
with a 6.12% rise for the Absolute Return...
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