Goldman Hedge Fund Execs. Out

Feb 7 2013 | 11:14am ET

Goldman Sachs has lost two of its top hedge fund managers.

Daniel Dreyfus left Goldman Sachs Investment Partners last month, and Paul Margiotta will depart later this month, Bloomberg News reports. Dreyfus ran natural-resources investments at the bank's internal hedge fund, set up five years ago, while Margiotta handled credit investments.

It is unclear what plans either have.

Dreyfus had been with Goldman Sachs for more than a dozen years. Margiotta's exit will end his second stint with the bank; he worked at Goldman from 2003 to 2006 before rejoining it five years ago.


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