Remy White Trafelet

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Remy White Trafelet
BornMarch 1970
🏡 ResidenceNew York City, NY
🏳️ NationalityAmerican
🏫 EducationPhillips Exeter Academy
🎓 Alma materDartmouth College
💼 Occupation
Trafelet & Company, LLC, Trafelet Delta Funds, Trafelet Brokaw & Company, LLC, Alico, Inc., Hazeltree Treasury Solutions, Habrok Capital Management
👶 Children3 (Remy, Charlotte, and Frances)

Remy White Trafelet (March 1970) is an entrepreneurial American investor, hedge fund manager and philanthropist. He serves as Managing Partner of Trafelet Brokaw & Company, LLC and is President and Chief Executive Officer of Alico, Inc..[1][2]

Early life[edit]

Trafelet graduated from Phillips Exeter Academy and earned an A.B. from Dartmouth College with honors. He was named a Presidential Scholar. Trafelet is a Chartered Financial Analyst.


Trafelet began his career in 1992 as an analyst at Fidelity Management and Research Company in both Boston and London, covering numerous industries including energy, retail, mining, financials and consumer goods. Shortly thereafter[3], at the age of 25[4][5], he became the youngest portfolio manager in the history of the firm, managing a $500mm mutual fund. Under his stewardship the fund rose from last to first in its performance ranking. In 1998, Trafelet joined hedge fund, Bowman Capital Management where he launched the Delta Fund.

In 2000, Mr. Trafelet formed Trafelet & Company, LLC, which managed several long/short equity hedge funds. The firm grew to over $6bn in assets under management with offices in New York and London.[6][7]

In 2009, Trafelet spun off the firm’s London operations to form Habrok Capital Management, a global long/short equity hedge fund. He is also the founder and Chairman of Hazeltree Treasury Solutions [8], the leading provider of treasury management strategies with offices in New York, London and Hong Kong.

Today, Trafelet serves as Managing Partner of Trafelet Brokaw & Company, LLC[9][10], a long-term value-based private investment firm that manages capital for the firm’s principals and select outside investors. In addition, he is President and Chief Executive Officer of Alico, Inc., a publicly traded holding company which owns Alico Citrus, the country’s largest citrus producer, and Alico Water Resources, a leading water storage and environmental services company.

Trafelet is also owner and operator of Mercer Mill Plantation, one of Georgia’s largest pecan producers.

Personal Life[edit]

Trafelet resides in New York City with his three children, Remy, Charlotte, and Frances.

Board Memberships[edit]

  • Boys' Club of New York [1], Trustee and Chairman of the Investment Committee
  • Children’s Scholarship Fund [2][11], Board Member, Executive Committee
  • Tall Timbers Research Station & Land Conservancy [3], Board Member
  • Atlantic Salmon Federation [4], Board Member
  • Florida Land Council, Member
  • The Eaglebrook School [5], Trustee
  • Phillips Exeter Academy[6], Investment Committee Member and former Trustee
  • Trafelet Family Foundation, President
  • Alico, Inc., Director and Chairman of the Executive Committee
  • Hazeltree Treasury Solutions, Inc., Founder and Chairman

External links[edit]

  • Trafelet Brokaw & Company, LLC [7]
  • Alico, Inc. [8]
  • Hazeltree Treasury Solutions [9]
  • Trafelet & Company, LLC [10]
  • Habrok Capital Management [11]

Reference List[edit]

  1. Trafelet, Remy. "Bloomberg Executive Profile: Remy W. Trafelet". Bloomberg. Open Publishing. Retrieved November 14, 2017.
  2. Manning, Margie (January 5, 2017). "New CEO at the Florida that grows the oranges in your juice". Tampa Bay Business Journal.
  3. Today's News (January 3, 1997). "Today's News". American Banker.
  4. Padgett, Tania (January 3, 1997). "A Hot Stock Picker's Advice: Think Small". American Banker.
  5. Story, Louise (October 13, 2008). "High Flying Hedge Fund Falls Back to Earth". New York Times.
  6. Schurr, Stephen (May 24, 2006). "The Fund Manager Who Loves to Get His Hands Dirty". Financial Times.
  7. Shnayerson, Michael (January 2009). "Profiles in Panic". Vanity Fair.
  8. Hazeltree (December 11, 2014). "Exclusive: Hazeltree Doubles Client Base". Hazeltree.
  9. Taub, Stephen (February 20, 2014). "Remy Trafelet's Second Act". Institutional Investor's alpha.
  10. FINalternatives (May 27, 2014). "Q&A: Remy Trafelet Gets Back To Basics With New Investment Firm". FINalternatives.
  11. CSF (February 3, 2014). "Champions for Children Kicks Off Super Bowl Week".

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