Nancy Zimmerman

About Nancy Zimmerman

Birth Year: 1963
Birth Place: Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Alma mater: Brown University
Occupation: Hedge fund manager
Spouse(s): Andrei Shleifer

Nancy Zimmerman Net Worth

Nancy Zimmerman was bornon 1963 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Nancy Zimmerman, the cofounder and managing partner of Bracebridge Capital, is the wealthiest female hedge fund founder in the U.S. Her Boston-based firm manages over $10 billion in assets for endowments, pensions and high net worth individuals. The Brown alumna ran an interest rate options group at Goldman Sachs before striking out with her own firm in 1994.

💰 Net worth: $800 Million (Updated at 22 June 2018)

2016 $320 Million
2017 $800 Million
2018 $800 Million

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Biography/Timeline

1985

Nancy Zimmerman was born in Skokie, Illinois. She graduated from Brown University in 1985.

1994

Zimmerman co-founded Bracebridge Capital with Gabriel Sunshine in 1994. The fund manages Investments for Yale University and Princeton University. As of February 2016, it had over $10 billion of assets under management.

1997

Zimmerman's Investments in Russia made national headlines in 1997 when the USAID ended a $14 million grant to the Harvard Institute for International Development, headed by Zimmerman's husband, after he was accused of using the institute to help Zimmerman with her Investments. As part of a settlement, Zimmerman subsequently paid $1.5 million to the USG through one of her companies, Farallon Fixed Income Associates.

2010

Zimmerman formerly served on the board of trustees of her alma mater, Brown University, from July 2010 to June 2016. She served on the scholar selection committee of the Institute of International Education’s Scholar Rescue Fund.

2016

Zimmerman is married to Andrei Shleifer, a professor of economics at Harvard University. She is Jewish. As of February 2016, she was worth an estimated $320 million.

2019

Zimmerman started her career working for O’Connor & Associates at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. She later worked on interest rate options for Goldman Sachs. At Goldman, her boss was Jon Corzine, who later became the Governor of New Jersey.