Kerryman O'Shea's Comac Capital was ranked as the 21st largest hedge fund in the world by Forbes magazine in 2012. At its peak in 2010, it managed $6bn. The London-based fund gave excellent returns during the crash and he was handsomely paid as a result, enjoying a 35m stipend in 2011. However, the $1.2bn fund gave its clients back their money in 2015 after being hit when the Swiss National Bank abandoned the franc's cap against the euro. It now manages $150m of the hedge fund executives' own cash.