The Tudor Group
Industry: Hedge Funds
Annual Revenue Estimate: $10m+
Email Convention: NA
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The Tudor Group of companies is a group of affiliated entities engaged in the management of client and proprietary assets. Paul Tudor Jones II formed Tudor Investment Corporation, the first of the Tudor Group companies, in 1980. The Tudor Group manages assets across fixed income, currency, equity and commodity asset classes and related derivative instruments in the global markets for an international clientele. The investment strategies of the Tudor Group include, among others, discretionary global macro, quantitative global macro (managed futures), quantitative equity systems, discretionary equity long/short and growth equity.