Ex-Hedge Fund Exec. Joins Real Estate Broker

Aug 16 2011 | 1:18pm ET

New York real-estate brokerage A.C. Lawrence & Co. has hired a former hedge fund executive to head its relocation division.

Dean Dunbar has joined the company—along with his team—from BOND New York. Dunbar counts many financial services clients, among them hedge fund managers, as his clients.

"As the economy, growth and hiring continue to expand in New York City, more and more corporations are turning to us to find homes for their executives and help them settle into their new lives in Manhattan," co-founder Larry Friedman said. "Dean will offer our corporate clients top level service while expanding the services we can offer large and small companies, as well as individuals relocating to our city."

Before entering the real-estate business, Dunbar worked on Wall Street. In addition to his time as head of new business development for a hedge fund startup, he was also a vice president at Goldman Sachs' private wealth management group for almost a decade.


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