Brevan's Goldberg Goes Green

Oct 15 2013 | 9:48am ET

Brevan Howard Asset Management's push to build a staff at its year-old New York office has not been without hiccups.

The US$40 billion European hedge fund giant currently employs 28 people in the Big Apple. But Shelley Goldberg, one of its first hires in the city, is no longer among them.

Goldberg left the hedge fund to work in sustainable energy, water and infrastructure investing, Reuters reports. She had joined Brevan last year from Roubini Global Economics as a commodities strategist.


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