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Why David Tepper Would Keep $100M In A Savings Account At Golden Networking's Hedge Funds Conference

Building off of the momentum of past conferences, Golden Networking brings back Hedge Funds Leaders Forum 2012, "Getting Ready to Manage $5 Trillion by 2016", now in New York, Chicago and London (http://www.HedgeFundsLeadersForum.com)

(September 3, 2012, New York) A receipt showing an astounding $100 million savings balance was left behind at an East Hampton's bank apparently by hedge fund mogul David Tepper, not to be bothered to pick it up after withdrawing $400 and paying a $2.75 ATM fee. Was that a valid strategy in these recessionary times? Let's find out at Hedge Funds Leaders Forum 2012, "Getting Ready to Manage $5 Trillion by 2016" (http://www.HedgeFundsLeadersForum.com).

As reported by Dealbreaker, it was identified that the account holder is well-known hedge-fund manager and Appaloosa Management chief David Tepper, even though he told the Web site he "hadn't used an ATM since Lehman," whose collapse helped set off the 2008 financial crisis. Contacted by The Post, Tepper laughed the whole thing off, saying he "wasn't in the Hamptons in June at all." And the financial whiz scoffed that he's too sophisticated a money man to leave so much cash in a low-yielding account. "I would never do something as irresponsible as leaving $100 million in a savings account," he said.

Perhaps he wasn't in the Hamptons this summer, yet Tepper has a wife and three kids who share a residence, well, a mansion in Sagaponack, for which he shelled out $43.5 million.

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