Grosvenor Capital Management
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Grosvenor is one of the largest hedge fund sponsors globally. With estimated assets under management of $22.6 billion as of December 31, 2009, Grosvenor ranked as the third largest fund of fund firms, but the largest independent firm. The firm acts primarily as a fund of funds and invests in the hedge fund space.
Grosvenor primarily provides its services to pooled investment vehicles as well as investment companies and pension and profit sharing plans. Grosvenor's clients are mostly institutions, such as pension funds and endowments.
Grosvenor, which was founded in 1971, is based in Chicago. The firm is owned in part by Hellman & Friedman a leading private equity financial sponsor.
Grosvenor was founded in 1971 by Richard Elden and managed the first fund of hedge funds in the United States. In 1973, Elden brought on a partner, Frank Meyer, who had been a colleague at A.G. Becker. Elden left Grosvenor in 2006 to start Lakeview Investment Manager, which runs an activist fund of hedge funds, and Meyer retired from the business. Michael Sacks, who joined the firm in 1990, is the current chief executive officer of the company.
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