Tudor’s Silverman Joins Perella Weinberg

Jul 7 2010 | 1:32pm ET

Tudor Investment Corp. partner Jeffrey Silverman has joined boutique investment bank Perella Weinberg Partners.

Silverman has joined the New York-based firm as a partner and member of its asset management team. At Tudor, Silverman served as director of investments, recruiting new portfolio management groups. He’ll do much the same at Perella.

Silverman joined Tudor from Goldman Sachs in 2002, after six years at the investment bank, where he served as a vice president of prime brokerage.

“We are pleased to welcome Jeff to Perella Weinberg Partners,” Terry Meguid, head of asset management at the firm, said. “Jeff is a well-respected industry veteran. His extensive experience and strong relationships with a broad array of industry participants will help build our alternative investment strategies globally and further enhance our effectiveness with investors.”


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