Value investors take top prizes at the InvestHedge FoHF Awards

Mon Apr 4, 2011


InvestHedge honoured the best of the best at the ninth annual black-tie funds of funds event in New York. Find out who came out on top


A mix of new and old names, large and small firms, US and European funds of funds managers walked away with the 22 prizes at the ninth annual InvestHedge FoHF Awards ceremony held in New York on 10 March.

More than 300 of the leading players in the global funds of funds industry came together at the Pierre Hotel in New York to find out who were the best performers on a risk adjusted basis in the global multi-manager universe in 2010. It was a year where the universe as a whole returned on average a lacklustre 4.86%.

Berens Capital Management in New York won the prestigious Fund of the Year award for the Berens Global Value Fund that was up 21.29%. Value investing seemed to have paid off in 2010 for a number of the winners and Kathleen Philips, president and chief operating officer of Berens, made the...

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