GSC Partners Lures Advisor Back From Retirement

Sep 30 2006 | 9:20am ET

Goldman Sachs’ first female partner is coming out of retirement to join $14 billion alternatives firm GSC Partners. Newly-minted senior advisor Lawton Fitt will serve on the Florham Park, N.J.-based firm’s advisory board, where she’ll work with other current and retired executives to advise on investments.

GSC CEO Alfred Eckert gushed that Fitt’s “insight and judgment resulting from her vast experience will be an invaluable source of advice and counsel as GSC continues along its path towards becoming one of the world’s leading alternative asset managers.”


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