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Longtime Hedge Funder Richard Perry Closing Main Fund

In case you missed it: Richard Perry, an old-school hedge funder, is hanging up his spurs. Perry told clients on Monday that he will wind down his flagship fund, lamenting in a letter that “market headwinds” and the broad trend for investors to move away from hedge funds has complicated the game, according to various […]
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