Long-term partners

Successful hedge funds are cash machines for their employees, but they have so far proved to be unsustainable businesses. Hedge fund platform FrontPoint Partners aims to change that. By Gallagher Polyn

Finally, institutional investors have a hedge fund provider to grow old with. Hedge funds do not usually survive the departures of their founders, though there are some exceptions. Greenwich, Connecticut-based FrontPoint Partners, launched in autumn 2000, and currently with more than $1 billion in assets under management – another $250 million waits to be invested – believes it has a formula for long-term success.

The founders – Gil Caffray, former head trader at hedge fund Tiger Management

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