Since last week’s announcement that Goldman Sachs was shutting down its venerated principal strategies group to comply with the Dodd-Frank act, news has swirled that a number of blue-chip firms are attempting to grab the investment group’s coveted managers and traders. Some of the firms that are reportedly involved include PE shops KKR & Co and Carlyle, asset management giants BlackRock and Pacific Investment Management Co (PIMCO), as well as Perella Weinberg Partners, a growing M&A and hedge fund boutique that was launched by Joe Perella in 2006.
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