Stephen Mandel Jr

Tiger Global, Coatue, and Lone Pine are leading the charge this year, propelled in large part by technology stocks.
Investors took billions out of Tiger Cub Stephen Mandel Jr.’s funds last year — right before they bounced back strongly in the first quarter.
Many of the most famous managers with ties to Julian Robertson Jr. lost money last year, including Chase Coleman, Stephen Mandel Jr. and Andreas Halvorsen.
Thanks to a strong third quarter, many funds with links to Tiger Management are now in the black.
Stephen Mandel Jr. has reversed early-year losses, putting him ahead of most of his Tiger Cub peers.
Stephen Mandel Jr.’s firm blames first-quarter underperformance on “incorrect assessment of risk” on a pipeline merger and Valeant Pharmaceuticals.
Stephen Mandel Jr. made big adjustments to the portfolio of his long-short Lone Cypress fund in the fourth quarter.
Lone Pine veteran Matthew Iorio, who set up White Elm in 2006, is looking to take in new money to increase his flagship fund’s “dry powder.”