Here, without comment is Hugh Hendry’s Letter to Investors for Q1 The Eclectica Fund – Q1 Review The Fund returned % (net). Hugh Hendry, founder and CIO of Eclectica Asset Management, have made the difficult decision to close the Fund,” Hendry said in the letter. Hugh Hendry (born March ) is the founding partner and, at various times, the chief investment officer, chief executive officer and chief portfolio manager of.
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InHendry claims to have been the first non-Oxbridge graduate to get a job at Edinburgh-based fund manager Baillie Gifford known for its graduate training programme. After the crisis, Hendry was riding high. Hendry says their relationship moved into a ‘second phase’ characterised by the realisation that Odey wasn’t infallible and characterised by the notion that, “That is an interesting view you’re giving me, here’s what I think.
Hendry has been referred to as “the most high-profile Scot” in the hedge fund sector.
Scottish hedge fund manager Hendry calls time on Eclectica
Hugh Hendry born March is the founding partner and, at various times, the chief investment officer, chief executive officer and chief portfolio manager of Eclectica Asset Management. Retrieved from ” https: The partner warned him that he would regret it as long as he lived. Partner, Odey Asset Management On an episode of the BBC ‘s Newsnight programme aired on 9 AprilHendry began his response to comments by the Nobel Prize—winning economist Joseph Stiglitz on the financial position of Greece by saying, “Erm, hello.
It’s bad luck to communicate with genius,” he told Investor’s Chronicle.
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To contact the author of this story with feedback or news, email Tom Teodorczuk. There was an ecleectica with your request. Here’s what you didn’t know about the UK’s most colourful ex-hedge fund manager.
He does have some small personal investments, but that is all. Hugh Hendry’s Eclectica hedge fund is no more.
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In NovemberHendry surprised many by repudiating his bearishness. You will never see us pursue a homegrown idea when it is to the detriment of the prevailing trend,” he said.
He became an unlikely spokesman for the industry, getting into spats on Newsnight with economists Joseph Stiglitz and Jeffrey Sachs over the ethics of short-selling.
His biggest US investor pulled out just letteer the financial crisis: Associate director of international equities, Credit Suisse Asset Management Morgan by Paul Clarke 14 September Enter a valid email address.
Hendry studied Accounting and Economics at Strathclyde. Despite being highly opinionated and extremely prone to expressing funs opinions, Hendry seems to have feigned placidity when he was first at Odey.
Fund manager, Odey Asset Management After this ‘fortuitous encounter,’ Hendry moved to Odey Asset Management inaged Can I tell you about the real world?
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My life of abuse by idiot traders on the buy-side by Anonymous 15 September People did not believe he had truly changed tack. He claimed that he was hired only because investors had instructed the company to recruit more working-class employees. Hugh Hendry, who closed his London-based global macro hedge fund Eclectica Asset Management last September, believes the hedge fund industry suffers from a chronic shortage of pirates.