09 Oct 2015
The largest 314 firms in the Americas now manage $1.97 trillion.
21 Aug 2015
Top managed futures funds rake in cash.
14 Aug 2015
The top 26 hedge fund managers in Brazil oversee a combined total of $98.4 billion.
27 Apr 2015
The 316 biggest firms in the Americas now manage a combined $1.87 trillion.
22 Sep 2014
Club membership exceeds 300 for first time.
26 Mar 2014
The biggest 293 hedge fund firms in the Americas soar to record highs and now manage $1.71 trillion.
04 Sep 2013
Biggest 287 hedge funds in the Americas manage a combined $1.57 trillion, up from $1.46 trillion at start of year. Bridgewater shrinks for first time since 2009. Club nears all-time peak assets.
11 Mar 2013
Some 269 Americas firms manage $1.46 trillion.
05 Sep 2012
The largest 268 hedge funds in the Americas now manage $1.42 trillion, up from $1.34 trillion six months earlier.
05 Mar 2012
The largest 241 American hedge fund firms increased assets by 2.96% in 2011—to $1.335 trillion. Bridgewater and JPMorgan retained the top spots.
03 Oct 2011
The largest 241 American hedge fund firms gain $102 billion in the first half of 2011, for a total of $1.399 trillion. Bridgewater Associates maintains its number one spot with $70.30 billion
02 Mar 2011
The largest 225 American hedge fund firms gain $115 billion in 2010, for a total of $1.297 trillion. Bridgewater Associates maintains dominance as the largest hedge fund in the world with $58.90 billion
30 Sep 2010
The largest 217 American hedge fund firms gain $20 billion in the first half of 2010, for a total of $1.202 trillion. The top three firms—Bridgewater Associates, JPMorgan Asset Management and Paulson & Co.—maintain their dominance.
01 Mar 2010
The largest 213 American hedge fund firms gain $48 billion, or 4.2%, in 2009 for a total of $1.182 trillion. JPMorgan edges Bridgewater out of top slot, while Soros Fund Management pushes D.E. Shaw out of fourth place.
01 Sep 2009
Assets continue to fall, though pace slackens markedly.
02 Mar 2009
Billion Dollar Club fund assets shrink to $1.134 trillion, a loss of $541 billion since July. Bridgewater climbs to number one. Soros rejoins the top ten; Harbinger drops off.
01 Sep 2008
Asset growth stagnates, with the largest 268 firms up just 4.34% in the first half. Harbinger replaces Avenue in Top 10; JPMorgan retains top spot.