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Richard Perry, founder, president and CEO of New York–based Perry Capital, rarely makes public appearances, but his eponymous hedge fund firm’s activist positions frequently make headlines. In July 2013, Richard Perry filed suit against the U.S. Treasury Department to privatize mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac (of which Perry Capital owns a senior class of preferred stock) and to prevent the duo from being liquidated. That same month, he attended the Delivering Alpha conference, making a rare public appearance, where he outlined his bets on Japan, Greece and China. At the time he was holding Greek government bonds and shorting Japanese corporate bonds…
Back to Hedge Fund 100 Firm Profile Ranking 97. Perry Capital / $6.425 billion Location: New York, NY Founded: 1988 2015 Hedge Fund 100 Rank: No. 68 2015 Capital: $9.745 billion 2014 Hedge Fund 100 Rank: No. 65 2014 Capital: $9.75 billion Years on List: 15 Website: www.perrycap.com Address: 767 Fifth Avenue, 19th floorNew York, NY 10153 Phone: 212-583-4000 Fax: 212-583-4146 Other Offices: U.K., San
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