Old and new names lead Awards winners as the recovery quickens

Tue Feb 22, 2011

After the battering of 2008 and the bounceback of 2009, a challenging year for hedge funds in 2010 saw a mix of long-established names and newer players come through to win prizes at the 10th EuroHedge Awards

UK Equity
Small Cap Equity
European Equity (under $500m)
European Equity (over $500m)
Global Equity
Emerging Market Equity
Equity Market-Neutral & Quant Strategies
Emerging Market Debt
Event Driven
Credit & Distressed
Convertibles & Volatility Strategies
Fixed Income
Commodities & Currency
Managed Futures
Global Macro
Best Smaller Fund
Best UCITS Fund
New Fund of the Year – Equity Strategies
New Fund of the Year – Relative Value, Macro & Multi-Strategy
Long Term Performance (5 years) – Equity Strategies
Long Term Performance (5 years) – Relative Value, Macro & Multi-Strategy
Management Firm of the Year
Fund of the Year
More than 900 leading figures in European hedge funds gathered at The Grosvenor House in London on 27 January for the 10th annual EuroHedge Awards to honour the top-performing funds and firms in 2010.

In the traditional setting of the Great Room, the industry’s most influential managers, investors and service providers came together to recognise the top achievers after another challenging and topsy-turvy year for the hedge fund industry following the turmoil of 2008 and the rapid rebound of 2009.


ISSN: 2151-1845 / CDC10004H

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