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A handful of states, including Texas and Nevada, have set up dedicated systems designed to restore tenants to their homes after an illegal lockout. She and her family still don't have a new apartment, she said, and the eviction cases on her record don't help. BI reviewed two years' worth of lockout cases from the department and found city lawyers routinely dismissed tickets, often without documenting why. Bridget Bennett for Business InsiderThat afternoon, Brown had three cases on his docket in which tenants were alleging they'd been illegally locked out and dozens of cases in which landlords were seeking formal evictions. In 2022, Miami-Dade County passed a tenant's bill of rights that underlines the illegality of lockouts and limits a landlord's ability to harass tenants.
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So far this year, hedge fund managers have failed to beat the S & P 500 , one of the cheapest, easily available investment vehicles for ordinary investors. Hedge funds returned just 5% in the first half of the year after a 0.2% loss in June, with event-driven strategies the biggest laggards, according to data firm HFR. The performance may come as a disappointment as hedge funds often tout star stock pickers and niche strategies to justify their high fees. Hedge funds typically charge a 2% management fee on the total assets under management plus a performance fee of 20% of the fund's profits. Goldman Sachs' prime brokerage data showed hedge funds have been rotating out of tech stocks, especially winning chipmakers over the past few weeks, while pouring into financial stocks and commodities.
Persons: Hedge, Morgan Stanley's, Bill Meany, Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs, Ken Griffin's, Bill Ackman's Pershing, Dan Loeb's, Cliff Asness, AQR Organizations: Citadel, Apex, Equity Locations: Wellington
In today's big story, a tough sales report for Tesla can't slow the EV maker's turnaround . After a dreadful start to the year, the EV maker has been running on all cylinders on a full charge. Tesla's polarizing CEO also notched a massive victory when investors approved Elon Musk's $55 billion pay plan . But what is new at Tesla, and what sparked the company's recent market rally, are big promises from its CEO. As automakers reconsider their EV strategy , Tesla has figured out how to build cars cheaper than anyone else .
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The launch of Jain Global has dominated industry gossip since its founder left Millennium Management, where the 53-year-old Jain was Izzy Englander's right-hand man, in late 2022. And more specifically, scalability without incremental cost," Jonathan Barton, the firm's chief operating officer, said in an interview with BI. Starting from a clean sheet of paper gave Jain Global certain advantages, said one senior banker who worked closely with the new manager as it built out its teams and systems. 3Forge, a specialty-software provider, worked with Jain Global to build the interface that connects all the systems for PMs, the risk team, and management. In five to 10 years, Jain Global hopes it won't need a sprawling business-development function because a strong talent pipeline will have developed inside the firm.
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OpenAI is facing controversy. Again.
  + stars: | 2024-06-05 | by ( Dan Defrancesco | )   time to read: +7 min
In today's big story, we're looking at the latest controversy to embroil OpenAI amid a difficult few months for the startup . Their takeaway was simple: OpenAI wants to have it both ways regarding how it's perceived about safety and commercialization. It's structured as a "capped-profit" company governed by a nonprofit, and Altman doesn't hold equity directly in OpenAI. The result, the VC told me, is people feel OpenAI is talking out of both sides of its mouth. It doesn't help that some OpenAI employees joined when that split was closer to 80/20 and favored safety over business, they added.
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Ken Griffin's $63 billion Citadel lost 0.8% in May, several people told Business Insider. Sign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . The $63 billion Miami-based hedge fund, crowned by LCH Investments as the most profitable hedge fund of all time, lost 0.8% last month in its flagship Wellington fund, several people told Business Insider. This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers.
Persons: Ken Griffin's, Organizations: Citadel, Business, Service, LCH Investments, Nvidia Locations: Miami, Wellington
In today's big story, we're looking at China's strict approach to overseeing its AI development and the threat it poses to the world. The country's history of censorship and surveillance is extending to its approach to AI , writes Business Insider's Linette Lopez. AdvertisementThe CCP's plan for AI is about shaping reality and enforcing its power, according to internal documents. What to do ahead of May's jobs report. Permabull Tom Lee said it's a great time to buy stocks — shocking — with a new jobs report set to drop on Friday.
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Read previewIn the fierce fight for the best and brightest across finance, tech, and more, Ken Griffin's Citadel and Citadel Securities have expanded their pursuit of the freshest talent. There's a growing awareness from top students about finance beyond the big-name banks, according to Fabian Figi, Citadel Securities' head of campus recruiting. Citadel Securities also holds a Ph.D. summit, where advanced graduate students can present their research to firm leaders. Citadel Securities CEO Peng Zhao. Tina Lu, a former Citadel Securities intern at the Wisconsin bubble, said it's a hallmark of the firm to let people prove themselves.
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For many investors, the million-dollar question is how far Nvidia can go or whether it can sustain its dramatic growth. Nick Griffin, chief investment officer at Munro Partners, has invested in Nvidia since 2019 — but even he is taken aback by the stock's astronomical run so far. Nvidia's outlook Griffin pointed to industry estimates that showed Nvidia is set to sell $100 billion of its AI accelerators in the next 12 months. Nvidia is currently the largest holding in Griffin's Munro Global Growth fund. Griffin also manages the Munro Concentrated Global Growth Fund and the Munro Global Growth Small and Mid Cap Fund.
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GameStop shares rallied more than 40% in premarket trading Monday after "Roaring Kitty," the man who inspired the epic short squeeze of 2021, posted online for the first time in roughly three years. Roaring Kitty, whose legal name is Keith Gill, is a former marketer for Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance. Currently, the short position in GameStop shares amounts to more than 24% of all its shares that are freely-available to trade, also known as the float. In response, one Robinhood user filed a class-action lawsuit following the app's decision to restrict GameStop trading on its platform. Another class-action lawsuit brought against Gill alleged that he pretended to be a novice trader despite being a licensed professional.
Persons: Roaring Kitty, Keith Gill, Gill, Capital, Ken Griffin's, Robinhood, Melvin Capital, Paul Dano Organizations: GameStop, Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance, Ken Griffin's Citadel, Citadel Locations: Reddit
Anti-Israel protesters are just engaging in a form of performance art, says Citadel CEO Ken Griffin. Griffin said he was pausing his donations to Harvard over its approach to on campus antisemitism. AdvertisementCitadel founder and CEO Ken Griffin, 55, isn't a fan of the anti-Israel protesters that have taken over American college campuses. That's just anarchy," Griffin said of the student protesters. Griffin's criticisms of student protesters highlight the huge influence that Corporate America has on higher education.
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Unlike business development in corporate America, which focuses on growing a company's prospects with partners and clients, hedge fund BD teams specialize in scouting, evaluating, and wooing investment talent. AdvertisementFew have been involved in hedge fund BD longer than Jennifer Blake, Balyasny's global head. The fund's BD department remains in close contact with PMs after they join as a resource and advisor. Vernon Yuen/Getty Images$61 billion AUM2,200+ employeesAdvertisementKen Griffin's Citadel has outperformed not just its immediate rivals but every other hedge fund. He runs a team of about 20 as head of business development in the Americas, the largest region of the largest player in this space.
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Eric To is leaving the $10 billion New York-based multi-manager, people close to the firm told Business Insider. He was the cohead of APAC and head of APAC fundamental equity. This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers. A person close to the firm told Business Insider that To's cohead, Chris Antonelli, will take over as the sole head of the Asia business going forward. In the five years To was there, this person noted, Schonfeld's Asia business expanded to Japan and Australia and nearly tripled its head count in the region.
Persons: , Eric, Sol Kumin's, Chris Antonelli, Ken Organizations: Service, Business, Schonfeld, SAC Capital, Schonfeld's, Citadel Locations: York, Hong Kong, Folger Hill, Asia, Balyasny, Schonfeld's Asia, Japan, Australia, APAC
The portfolio manager whisperers
  + stars: | 2024-05-03 | by ( Alex Morrell | )   time to read: +24 min
AdvertisementHistorically, a hedge fund's chief investment office or senior portfolio manager was responsible for vetting and wooing key investment hires. They can also help hedge funds save on outside recruiting costs, which can add up to tens of millions a year. Hedge funds targeted institutional salespeople at investment banks with exposure to hedge funds, as well as asset allocators with chops in portfolio-manager selection and due diligence. Assets at multimanager hedge funds have boomed since 2018. The principle may work for fictional baseball diamonds, but the reality at hedge funds is more complicated.
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Ken Griffin's $61 billion Citadel is leading multistrat funds in performance this year. The firm's flagship fund returned 2% in April, bringing 2024 gains to 7.8%. Firms such as Walleye, Millennium, and Schonfeld are also off to a strong start this year. Despite equity markets tumbling in April, Ken Griffin's teams of stockpickers helped lead his firm to a 2% return in its $61 billion flagship fund. A person close to Griffin's Citadel told Business Insider that Wellington's year-to-date returns rose to 7.8% following April's gains.
Persons: Ken Griffin's, stockpickers Organizations: Citadel, Walleye, Griffin's Citadel, Business Locations: Miami
Wall Street is getting nervous about Tesla
  + stars: | 2024-04-02 | by ( Dan Defrancesco | )   time to read: +7 min
In today's big story, we're looking at why Wall Street is getting nervous about Tesla . South China Morning PostEarnings season is approaching, and Wall Street's already ringing the alarm on a high-profile company. AdvertisementTesla won't report its full earnings until later this month, but Wall Street is preparing for trouble. One analyst called it a "nightmare" quarter for the company, while another firm labeled Tesla "a growth company with no growth." One strategy is getting more Tesla drivers subscribed to its Full Self-Driving software, which can run $199 monthly.
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Griffin noted that 2023 was a difficult year for the hedge fund industry and expected the medium-term to "remain challenging." Citadel and Griffin's market maker, Citadel Securities, received over 100,000 applications for full-time jobs and internships this year, Griffin said. "We take pride in having built one of the most formidable teams in hedge fund history," he said. The remarkable achievements of our portfolio managers are a testament to the constructive and empowering culture at Citadel. Assembling the Premier Team in Hedge Fund HistoryWe take pride in having built one of the most formidable teams in hedge fund history.
Persons: Griffin, Kenneth C Organizations: Business, Disney World, Citadel, Citadel Securities, Citadel Wellington LLC, Team, Congressional, U.S, LCH Investments Locations: United States
Donald Trump shared an image of Joe Biden hog-tied on the tailgate of a passing pickup truck. The Republican presidential nominee was accused of inciting violence against President Joe Biden. AdvertisementRepublican presidential nominee Donald Trump faced criticism Friday for posting a video on his social media that showed President Joe Biden hog-tied on the tailgate of a passing pickup truck. Trump just posted a video of a pickup truck on Truth Social that has a giant image of President Biden bound with rope and laying, apparently kidnapped. Related stories"Democrats and crazed lunatics have not only called for despicable violence against President Trump and his family, they are actually weaponizing the justice system against him."
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download the appSign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. In today's big story, we're looking at how two of the most powerful Wall Street firms are doing two years after relocating to Miami . Nearly two years ago the billionaire uprooted his hedge fund, Citadel, and market maker, Citadel Securities, from their Chicago headquarters to Miami. Employees at Citadel and Citadel Securities spoke to Business Insider's Emmalyse Brownstein about life in the new HQ . Shares tumbled 55% after The Wall Street Journal reported that Fisker had hired restructuring advisors to assist with a possible bankruptcy filing.
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download the appSign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers. Goldman Sachs, Barclays, and Ken Griffin's hedge fund Citadel are among the names who've bet against Karp's company, per MarketBeat. Karp also acknowledged in his CNBC interview that some Palantir staff had left due to its vocal support for Israel. Disclosure: Palantir Technologies CEO Alexander Karp is a member of Axel Springer's shareholder committee.
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Two of the people we spoke with moved from New York City, one from London, and one from Seattle. Citadel's Miami office overlooks the Biscayne Bay and downtown Miami. Citadel and Citadel Securities also cover the cost of a weeklong visit to Miami for employees and significant others who are considering moving there. Cupjin Huang just started his job as a quant researcher for Citadel Securities this year. AdvertisementCupjin Huang, a quant researcher at Citadel Securities, in Miami with his dog Rufus.
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British banking-as-a-service fintech Griffin has raised new funding after receiving regulatory approval to be a fully operational bank. The market is god awful, so not having to do a down-round, with outside investors coming in, is the best outcome." Griffin has raised £19.1 million, around $24 million, in a funding round led by MassMutual Ventures, NordicNinja, and Breega, with participation from Notion Capital, EQT Ventures, DG Daiwa and CircleRock. "We are hiring, but unlike earlier rounds, we aren't going on a hiring blitz, as we did the hiring for this round before the round closed. We were about to be a fully operational bank, so we needed operations roles," Jarvis added.
Persons: fintech Griffin, Griffin, David Jarvis, Allen Rohner, Jarvis, We've Organizations: Business, Prudential, Authority, Financial, MassMutual Ventures, NordicNinja, Notion, EQT Ventures, DG Locations: London
download the appSign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. The $10 billion manager returned 1.5% last month in its flagship fund, pushing its 2024 returns to 3.3% for the year, sources close to the firm told Business Insider. Since September, when Schonfeld was drumming up cash and cutting costs, the firm has returned 6.2% in its flagship fund and 7.4% in fundamental equity. Its 2023 performance to date has the New York-based manager leading its multi-strategy peers, including Millennium and Ken Griffin's Citadel. AdvertisementBalyasny, which trailed peers in 2023, was flat last month, while Michael Gelband's ExodusPoint was up 0.7%.
Persons: , Schonfeld, Griffin's, Steve Cohen's Point72, Michael Gelband's ExodusPoint Organizations: Service, Schonfeld Strategic, Millennium, Business, Investors, Griffin's Citadel, Citadel Wellington Locations: Asia, York, Wellington
The rise in multi-manager hedge funds over the past five years has forced allocators to create a separate due diligence model for the fastest-growing segment in the industry. Even an executive at a midsized multi-manager admits their firm and its peers are "more like corporations than hedge funds." AdvertisementA new type of hedge-fund kingsFounders were once simply the best traders and money-makers, spinning out of banks' trading desks and larger hedge funds. Bobby Jain, the former Millennium executive starting his own multi-billion hedge fund, hasn't traded in decades but was a part of the leadership team at one of the biggest hedge funds in the world. Jobs at multi-manager platforms are roughly a quarter of the industry's overall roles, despite these funds holding roughly 14% of the assets.
Persons: , allocators, Griffin's, Izzy Englander's, Jack Springate, Allen Cheng, Cheng, Bobby Jain, hasn't, Michael Gelband, Dmitry Balyasny, Steve Cohen, Izzy Englander, Ajay, Kevin Lyons, Lyons, Springate Organizations: Service, Business, Fortune, Goldman Sachs Asset Management, Aon, Millennium, Treasury Locations: Schonfeld's
AI researchers have struggled with hedge funds' culture around proprietary secrets, which goes against the open-source philosophy foundational to AI and academia. Some recruiters, including Michael Stover, are seeing double- and triple-digit growth in AI hiring among hedge funds and prop-trading firms. For heads of AI, he said, hedge funds are dishing out a minimum of $1.5 million in total comp. But perhaps the top reason hedge funds are interested in the technology is that AI capabilities are bait in the war for investing talent. It's one of the few large US hedge funds without an executive or centralized team dedicated to AI or machine learning.
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