UK - Goldman Sachs Asset Management has hired a new global equity portfolio manager and two co-heads to its European hedge fund business
Michael Stanes joins as a global equity portfolio manager from Merrill Lynch Investment Managers where he most recently served as senior portfolio manager in London, Tokyo and the US.
He will be working with Susan Noble, chief investment officer and senior portfolio managers Nuno Fernandes and Safa Muhtaseb.
In addition, Hugh Lawson and Nadja Pinnavaia have been appointed as co-heads of GSAM ‘s European hedge fund strategies business, also based in London. Lawson and Pinnavaia have been with Goldman Sachs for over five years and seven years respectively.
Lawson worked with both corporate and investment clients in Goldman Sachs’ investment banking and investment management divisions.
Pinnavaia, as an existing key member of the hedge fund strategies group, worked in the firm’s equity derivatives and private wealth management groups.
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