Join us again live in New York City for the 19th Hedge Fund Industry Awards, which recognize the hedge funds, funds of hedge funds, investment consultants, endowments, foundations, family offices, corporate funds, public funds, sovereign funds and rising stars that have stood out for their accomplishments during the previous year.
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Voting is closed.
Winners will be announced at the Awards.
MANAGER LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD WINNER
At this year’s dinner, II will honor Chris Hohn, founder and portfolio manager of TCI Fund Management, with the Lifetime Achievement award. TCI is a London-based hedge fund with $55 billion in assets under management. In 2021, Hohn’s TCI recorded a 23.3 percent gain, marking its sixth double-digit gain in the last seven year.
ALLOCATOR LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD WINNER
At this year’s dinner, II will also honor Jonathan Glidden, Managing Director of Pensions at Delta Air Lines, with the Lifetime Achievement award. After Glidden joined Delta in 2011, the pension’s funded status dipped into the 30s, while in-house staff dropped from 25 to seven. Glidden developed a plan to change: a small internal team supported by an asset manager partner and independent consultant. In his more than ten years, Glidden has completely turned around Delta Air Lines’ formerly deeply underfunded pension plan — a career-defining accomplishment.
Institutional Investor's Annual Hedge Fund Industry Awards recognizes the hedge funds, funds of hedge funds, investment consultants, endowments, foundations, family offices, corporate funds, public funds, sovereign funds and rising stars that stood out for their performance innovation, achievements and contributions to the industry in the past year.
Following a public call for nominations, the editorial staff of Institutional Investor selects award nominees based on how strongly candidates — both those put forward via the call for nominations and those independently identified by the editorial staff — meet the criteria for their respective categories. Once the nominees are publicly announced, the group then conducts a wide survey of U.S. institutional investors and invites them to vote for the manager nominees. Hedge fund managers are invited to vote for the allocator nominees. Institutional Investor's editorial staff analyzes the results of the voting to determine the winners.