Carlyle’s Blue Wave Scoops Up Former Amaranth PMs

Dec 15 2006 | 1:24pm ET

The Carlyle Group has reportedly hired Scott Davidson, a former Amaranth structured product portfolio manager, to manage a similar strategy within the Carlyle Blue Wave hedge fund unit, which will launch its first fund, in 2007, according to HedgeWorldNews.

John Bailey, a former Amaranth long/short energy equities manager has also been hired, along with Jaime Gualy, to manage the unit’s equity energy long/short strategy.

The managers will report to Rick Goldsmith and Ralph Reynolds, who both left Deutsche Asset Management this summer to join Carlyle.


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