GLG Partners names Neil Mason as Manager of its European Hedge Fund

November 14th, 2014
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Neil Mason, formerly of BlueCrest Capital Management, is said to be GLG Partners’ pick to manage its $3 billion European equities hedge fund. According to Bloomberg News, Neil Mason, a former chief risk officer for Harvard University’s endowment, will manage the London-based hedge fund with Pierre Lagrange and Simon Savage.

The new management team replaces Darren Hodges who recently resigned.

Notably, GLG Partners is ranked #57 on Hedge Tracker’s Top 100 Hedge Fund List. GLG is owned by Man Group Plc.
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BlueCrest Capital Management
GLG Partners
Man Group plc
Related People: ; Emmanuel "Manny" Roman; Emmanuel Roman; Jason Mackay*; John White; Jon Aisbitt; Mark Jones; Michael Platt; Noam Gottesman*; Pierre Lagrange; Teun Johnston; William Reeves
Related Entities: AHL; BlueCrest Capital; BlueCrest Capital Management; BlueCrest Special Situations Fund LP; BlueCrest Strategic Ltd; BlueMountain Capital Management; GLG Alpha Select Fund; GLG Partners; GLG Partners Inc; GLG UK Growth; GLG UK Income; GLG UK Select; Man Global Strategies; Man Group Holdings; Man Investments
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