Every two years, Ernst & Young’s (EY) Hedge Fund Journal names 50 allocators, brokers, advisors, and advisors as their “Tomorrow’s Titans”. The journal spotlights the industry’s champions of the new and dynamic in the hedge fund space. Those named in the prestigious collective have not been featured in past installments of the four-year old journal, and are nominated by peers, competitors, and a cross section of managers in the industry. These Titan nominators are important in that they help EY shine a light on rising stars who have been quietly building their impressive CVs in the background.
With EY’s commitment to helping and promoting hedge fund growth opportunities for managers, this list of fifty Titans are being lauded for providing innovation into the finance industry. The Tomorrow’s Titans are selected from across the globe of which 43 of 50 set up their own management companies and 7 were intrapreneurs who helped grow exponentially within already existing companies. 1 of the 50 named as Tomorrow’s Titan is Mr. T. Troy Dixon of Hollis Park Partners LP New York.
Mr. Dixon founded Hollis Park to pay homage to the Queens neighborhood where he grew up to remind him of his past, present, and no doubt bright future – made clear by this nomination.
Aside from being honored as one of the 2016 “Tomorrow’s Titans”, Mr. Dixon has previously been awarded Investment Dealers Digest’s “Top 40 under 40”, Institutional Investor’s “2015 Hedge Fund Rising Stars”, as well one of “Most Powerful Players Under 40” by Investor Dealer’s Digest. And going into 2017, there is no doubt T. Troy Dixon will likely receive more accolades in the upcoming year.