Goldin Hires Hedge Fund Vet Murray

Jul 10 2012 | 10:23am ET

Financial consultancy Goldin Associates has snared hedge fund founder and Babson Capital veteran Marti Murray.

The New York-based firm said that Murray would become a managing director and member of its management committee next month. She joins from Murray & Burnaman, the financial consulting firm she founded after leaving Babson.

Murray founded her own hedge fund, Murray Capital Management, in 1995, and sold its distressed-debt business to Babson in 2008.

"I am absolutely thrilled to be joining the outstanding team at Goldin and I look forward to serving both existing and new clients on the Goldin platform," Murray said. "Goldin has been involved with many recent high-profile restructurings and litigation matters, including, among many others, Lehman Brothers, Tribune, Lyondell Basel, AbitibiBowater and Jefferson County, Ala. At Goldin, I will be bringing my investment fund and trading background to join a highly accomplished and experienced team with a broad reach."


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