Capula Investment Management rewards founder Yan Huo with $42 million

January 8th, 2012
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Capula Investment Management, a hedge fund based in London, has rewarded one of its co-founders with a massive dividend. According to an article on Bloomberg, Yan Huo, who co-founded Capula with Masao Asai, received a $42 million bonus this year. The $42 million paid to Mr. Huo represents about 30% of the total $142 million bonus pool, which was shared among 18 members of Capula Investment Management’s top management team.

Yan Huo co-founded Capula Investment Management
in 2005 with Masao Asai. The firm made news in early 2008 when Goldman Sachs purchased a 20% of the firm.
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Capula Investment Management
Related People: Masao Asai; Yan Huo
Related Entities: Capula Global Relative Value Fund; Capula Global Relative Value Fund LTD; Capula Global Relative Value Trust; Goldman Sachs ; Capula Global
Related Article Tags: Multi-Strategy, Long Short, Equity, Debt and Global Macro Hedge Fund News


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