Julian Robertson

Kauri Cliffs Lodge near Matauri Bay

American billionaire hedge fund manager, and philanthropist.

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Auckland Art Gallery

Principal public gallery in Auckland, New Zealand.

The gallery building, showing the clock tower
In Time of Peril, by Lord Leighton, 1897
John Gibb, Low tide, Governor's Bay, 1883
With the extension added in the 1970s, seen from a nearby parking building
After the demolition of the 1970s extension, in 2009
The extension completed in 2011

In 2009, it was announced that the museum received a donation from American businessman Julian Robertson, valued at over $100 million, the largest ever of its kind in the region.

Tiger Global Management

American investment firm.

Chase Coleman III was a protégé of Julian Robertson and from 1997 to 2000 worked as a technology analyst for the firm, Tiger Management.

Ole Andreas Halvorsen

Norwegian-born hedge fund manager.

Cumulative hedge fund and other risk asset returns (1997–2012)

Halvorsen is a protégé of hedge fund manager Julian Robertson.

Tiger Management

Cumulative hedge fund and other risk asset returns (1997–2012)

Tiger Management Corp., also known as "The Tiger Fund," is an American hedge fund and family office founded by Julian Robertson.

Mitt Romney 2012 presidential campaign

Event in Stratham, New Hampshire.

Romney speaks with patrons at a Senate Coney Island Restaurant in Livonia, Michigan, during a campaign stop, June 9, 2011.
Iowa Republican caucus results by county. Orange indicates counties won by Romney.
Romney campaign logo during the primaries and prior to selection of Paul Ryan as running mate
Vote share for Romney, by county. Darker colors mean higher voter percentage. Black indicates no votes were cast for Romney.
Mitt Romney with Paul Ryan after introducing him as his running mate for the 2012 presidential election, in Norfolk, Virginia, on August 11, 2012.

By April 2012 Romney's financial supporters included Julian Robertson of Tiger Management, Louis Moore Bacon of Moore Capital Management, John Paulson of Paulson & Co., Steven Allen Schwarzman, of The Blackstone Group and Paul Singer of Elliott Management Corporation.

Episcopal High School (Alexandria, Virginia)

Boarding school located in Alexandria, Virginia.

The Most Rev. Michael Curry speaking at Episcopal in 2019.
Langhorne Bond at Episcopal High School, 1955
John McCain at Episcopal High School, 1953

Julian Robertson, financier

Chase Coleman III

American billionaire hedge fund manager, and the founder of Tiger Global Management.

He started his career in 1997, working for Julian Robertson and his hedge fund, Tiger Management.

Kenneth C. Griffin

American hedge fund manager, entrepreneur and investor.

Griffin in 2017
Ken Griffin's federal political contributions since 1996
In January 2019, Griffin purchased 4 unfurnished floors at 220 Central Park South (pictured) for $238 million, breaking the record for the most expensive home ever sold in the United States.

The fund was also seeded with money from Julian Robertson.

Steve Cohen (businessman)

American hedge fund manager and owner of the New York Mets of Major League Baseball.

Cumulative hedge fund and other risk asset returns (1997–2012)

In 2008, he was inducted into the Institutional Investors Alpha's Hedge Fund Manager Hall of Fame along with Alfred Jones, Bruce Kovner, David Swensen, George Soros, Jack Nash, James Simons, Julian Robertson, Kenneth Griffin, Leon Levy, Louis Bacon, Michael Steinhardt, Paul Tudor Jones and Seth Klarman.

Viking Global Investors

American-based hedge fund based in Greenwich, Connecticut, which specialises in early stage and late stage ventures.

Ole Andreas Halvorsen previously worked for Julian Robertson at the firm Tiger Management, making Viking one of the 30 or more so-called "Tiger Cubs," funds founded by managers who started their investment careers with Tiger Management.