Value of hedge fund’s public shareholdings fell by almost $20bn during first quarter
Tiger Global, the hedge fund known for making big bets on technology companies, slashed its shareholdings and dumped stakes in companies such as Netflix and Rivian as it suffered heavy losses during this year’s stock market rout.
The total value of Tiger Global’s public stock positions fell from $46bn at the end of last year to just over $26bn at the end of the first quarter, according to regulatory filings released on Monday. The decline in value reflected lower stock market valuations as well as share sales.
In a significant retreat for the New York-based firm, Tiger Global sold its entire stake in several well-known consumer tech companies including dating app Bumble, vacation rental company Airbnb and Didi, the Chinese ride-hailing group.
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