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Hedge funds place prominently on Forbes 400

September 23, 2010   Lawrence Delevingne


The annual richest Americans list features 27 managers.

Forbes released its annual ranking of the richest people in America last night, The Forbes 400. Investors figured prominently, with 27 hedge fund managers making the list. They are:

400 Rank

Name

Net Worth

Age

Residence

14

George Soros

$14.2 B

80

Westchester, NY

20

John Paulson

$12.4 B

54

New York, NY

30

James Simons

$8.7 B

72

East Setauket, NY

32

Steve Cohen

$7.3 B

54

Greenwich, CT

55

Ray Dalio

$5 B

61

Greenwich, CT

62

David Tepper

$4.3 B

53

Milburn, NJ

69

Bruce Kovner

$4.1 B

65

New York, NY

74

Dirk Ziff

$4 B

46

New York, NY

74

Robert Ziff

$4 B

44

New York, NY

74

Daniel Ziff

$4 B

38

New York, NY

95

John Arnold

$3.3 B

36

Houston, TX

98

Daniel Och

$3.2 B

49

New York, NY

110

Paul Tudor Jones

$3 B

56

Greenwich, CT

119

StanleyDruckenmiller

$2.9 B

57

Pittsburgh, PA

124

Philip Falcone

$2.8 B

47

New York, NY

159

Ken Griffin

$2.3 B

41

Chicago, IL

164

Julian Robertson

$2.2 B

78

New York, NY

164

David Shaw

$2.2 B

59

New York, NY

217

IsraelEnglander

$1.85 B

62

New York, NY

238

Louis Bacon

$1.7 B

52

London

252

Glenn Dubin

$1.6 B

53

New York, NY

252

Stephen Mandel

$1.6 B

54

Greenwich, CT

269

Leon G. Cooperman

$1.5 B

67

Short Hills, NJ

308

Richard Chilton Jr

$1.3 B

52

Darien, CT

308

Marc Lasry

$1.3 B

50

New York, NY

308

James Dinan

$1.3 B

51

New York, NY

332

Henry Swieca

$1.2 B

53

New York, NY




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