Ten Reasons GLG Will Triumph

Snapshots of the ten GLG Partners investment managers.


When star emerging-markets manager Greg Coffey stunned his bosses at GLG Partners last spring with news that he would be leaving at the end of October, they didn’t waste time bemoaning their loss. Instead, they used some of the $250 million or so of his compensation that had not yet vested to help recruit new portfolio managers to carry out their bold expansion plans, as well as to replace Coffey.

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