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Feb 8 2012 | 1:31pm ET
Goldman Sachs' former special situations chief will launch his new firm's maiden hedge fund next quarter.
Richard Ruzika, global head of special situations at Goldman between 2007 and last year, founded Dublin Hill Capital in Connecticut with Lance Bakrow and Joe Howley. The Connecticut-based firm will unveil its Global Macro Fund in an effort to take advantage of the strategy's current popularity, HFMWeek reports.
Ruzika was co-head of global macro trading and global head of commodities at points during his 29-year career at Goldman.
Bakrow, another Goldman Sachs veteran, is a founder of Greenwich Energy Partners. Howley, a Tudor Investment Corp. veteran, was managing director of natural gas trading at Sempra Energy.
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