Ex-Albourne Partner Joins Goldman Alts. Group

Sep 26 2011 | 12:40pm ET

Richard Quigley, recently departed from Albourne Partners, has joined Goldman Sachs Asset Management.

Quigley was named head of advisory services at GSAM's alternative investments and manager selection group, the firm announced. He left Albourne earlier this year; he was based at the hedge fund consultancy's Connecticut office.

"Whether encouraged by the potential to enhance returns or mitigate risks, investors are increasingly exploring hedge funds and private equity as part of their investment programs," Christopher Kojima, head of the manager selection group, said. "We are excited that Richard Quigley has joined our team, bringing our clients the benefit of his extensive advisory experience."


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