In 2018 As Peers Struggled This Famous Tiger Cub Was Up 3%Rupert Hargreaves
Julian Robertson is a Wall Street legend. The investment manager, who is commonly known as the "Father of Hedge Funds" founded Tiger Management in 1980 with initial assets of just $8 million.
Over the next two decades, Robertson grew the firm into a $22 billion behemoth, generating some of the best returns for investors ever seen on Wall Street.
When Robertson decided to close the doors at Tiger in 2000, a handful of the firm's best employees set out on their own. Robertson focused his efforts on mentoring this slate of new managers, which have since become known as "Tiger Cubs."
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