Citadel To Return $250M To Clients

Reuters – Hedge fund firm Citadel Investment Group will return millions to clients who asked to exit last year, but were locked in when its flagship funds lost more than half their value during the financial crisis.

The Chicago-based firm, which invests $12 billion, informed clients on Tuesday it plans to give back $250 million on October 1 and to make another distribution at the end of the year, according to an investor who asked not to be named.

Citadel last year was one of many hedge funds to block investor exits. Now its decision to return the money suggests the worst may be over for the $1.4 trillion hedge fund industry after it suffered its worst-ever losses and record outflows last year.

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