Three of Duquesne Capital Management's most senior stock pickers are preparing to launch their own hedge fund. Sender Cohen, Gene Lange and Kim Walin are expected to begin trading their global long/short equity fund on January 1. It's unclear how much capital they plan to raise, but after developing stellar reputations within and without Stanley Druckenmiller's $7.5 billion operation, they are expected to attract considerable attention.
Both Cohen, a telecommunications stock specialist, and Lange, who focuses on European and Asian stocks, had first worked for Druckenmiller during his days running George Soros' Quantum Fund. Following his stint at