Former Hedge Fund Manager Sherlund To Nomura

Mar 22 2011 | 11:35am ET

Former Galleon Group manager Richard Sherlund has joined Nomura Holdings after shuttering his own hedge fund.

Sherlund was named head of research for U.S. technology companies at Nomura. Sherlund was Goldman Sachs' top software analyst for almost 20 years before he left the firm in 2007 to join Galleon, which he left in 2008, a year before founder Raj Rajaratnam was arrested and charged with insider trading.

Sherlund then founded Ketchem Creek Capital Management, which he liquidated to return to the sell-side.

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