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Citadel flagship Wellington hits $14.5bn in assets

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Wellington, the flagship fund at Ken Griffin’s multi-strategy hedge fund firm Citadel, has surpassed $14.5bn in assets, having more than doubled in size over the past five years, according to a report by the South Florida Business Journal.

The report cites Citadel’s latest annual Form D filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission in confirming that AUM at the fund has jumped by 165.29% from the $5.47bn reported in 2019.

Last year, the fund had roughly $12.9bn in AUM, which equates to year-on-year growth in the past 12 months of 12%.

The number of investors in the fund, which has posted an annualised return of 19.6% since its launch, has also increased by 25.72% over the past five years, from 486 in 2019 to 611 currently.

Citadel’s total capital under management now stands at $63bn as of 1 May.

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