Former Goldman Tech Analyst Joins Hedge Fund

Mar 6 2007 | 11:06am ET

Former Goldman Sachs managing director Rick Sherlund is leaving the mothership for New York-based Galleon Group, a $6.5 billion hedge fund, where he comes aboard as a managing director. In his new capacity, Sherlund will manage a portfolio of technology stocks.

Sherlund, a well-respected software analyst, has worked at Goldman for 25 years. Sarah Friar, a managing director and senior infrastructure software analyst, will take over Sherlund’s coverage at the firm.


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