Skybridge Snags Former Eton Park Partner

Jul 10 2007 | 10:32am ET

Scott Prince, a former partner at Eton Park Capital Management and Goldman Sachs, has joined SkyBridge Capital as a managing partner. Prince will lead the New York-based firm along with Managing Partner Anthony Scaramucci, SkyBridge’s founder. 

In addition, Evan Wein, former head of global high-yield sales at Merrill Lynch, has joined SkyBridge Capital’s management committee as a senior partner.

“These two highly respected financial services professionals will immediately enhance our already strong risk management and due diligence capabilities,” said Scaramucci. “They also bring to SkyBridge a pipeline of talented managers and numerous institutional relationships that will further differentiate our platform.”


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