New York Shop Unveils Maiden Hedge Fund

Feb 1 2012 | 2:38am ET

A Credit Suisse and GMAC Commercial Capital veteran has launched a hedge fund in New York.

Colin O'Donnell's Minetta Lane Capital Partners unveiled its flagship hedge fund and an offshore version in December, HFMWeek reports. The new vehicle employs a long/short equity strategy.

Minetta Lane Fund I has a $1 million minimum investment requirement.

O'Donnell, who serves as chief investment officer, was a senior investment professional at Steadfast Financial before founding Minetta Lane last year. He formerly co-founded the merchant bank at GMAC Commercial and worked on leveraged finance at Credit Suisse in Europe.

Also working at Minetta Lane is co-managing partner Adam Goldstein, formerly of Plural Investments and Cedar Hill Partners.


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