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Davidson Kempner Capital Management

New York–based Davidson Kempner Capital Management remains the 18th-largest hedge fund in the world for the fourth consecutive year. Though its ranking didn't change from 2014, the multistrategy hedge fund firm boosted capital by more than $2.8 billion by the end of the year, thanks to well-performing funds and a 2 percent management fee. Co-founder Thomas Kempner Jr. earned $150 million in 2012, placing No. 36 on Alpha's Rich List, thanks to the growth and performance of his firm. Kempner, a former Goldman Sachs bond trader, specializes in risk arbitrage, and his firm invests primarily in bankrupt companies. Outside of work he is…

Back to Hedge Fund 100 Firm Profile Ranking16. Davidson Kempner Capital Management/ $26.46 billionLocation:New York, NYFounded:19872016 Hedge Fund 100 Rank:No. 182016 Capital:$25.26 billion2015 Hedge Fund 100 Rank:No. 182015 Capital:$24.85 billionYears on List:16Website:www.dkpartners.comAddress:520 Madison Avenue30th floorNew York, NY 10022Phone:212-446-4000Fax:646-422-3409Other Offices:London and Hong Kong Profile & NewsFirm OverviewNew York–based multistrategy hedge fund

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