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Sunday, 22 January 2017
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Dec 10 2010 | 12:17am ET
NewOak Capital has added a lawyer with hedge fund experience as its new general counsel.
Rachel Gould was named a managing director at the New York-based firm. She'll serve as NewOak's top lawyer, but she is also charged with expanding and marketing its solutions and advisory platform.
"Rachel’s legal and financial expertise, combined with her client-focused approach, are in line with our focus on delivering value-added solutions, restructuring and advisory services to the financial institutions globally," CEO Ron D'Vari said.
Gould joins from Boston law firm Eckert Seamans.