Pierre-Henri Flamand reveals plans for Edoma Capital; Announces key hires from Goldman’s Principal Strategies Group

May 16th, 2010
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As announced earlier, Pierre-Henri Flamand left his post as the head of Goldman Sachs’ renowned Principal Strategies unit in early 2010 to start-up his own global event-driven hedge fund. According to the Financial News, the new hedge fund manager has been named Edoma Capital and is aiming to launch in the fall of 2010 with approximately $1 billion in assets.

Mr. Flamand has recently announced that the he has filled a number of senior posts with colleagues from Goldman. The appointments include Ali Hedayat and Emmanuel Niogret, both of whom were previously managing directors in Goldman’s Principal Strategies group.

Edoma Capital will be based in Geneva, Switzerland, probably as a reaction against higher taxes in the UK and increased regulation in the US.
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Edoma Capital*
Goldman Sachs Principal Strategies*
Related People: Ali Hedayat; Ali Hedayat*; Andrew Metcalf* ; Bob Howard*; Dinakar Singh*; Emmanuel Niogret; Emmanuel Niogret*; Eric Mandelblat*; Eric Mindich*; Martina Slowey; Morgan Sze*; Pierre-Henri Flamand; Pierre-Henri Flamand*; Ralph F. Rosenberg*
Related Entities: Goldman Global Special Situations Group; Goldman Global Special Situations Group (GSSG); Goldman Principal Strategies; Goldman Prop Trading; Goldman Sachs & Co; GS Capital Partners; GS Principal Strategies Group; Edoma Capital Partners; Goldman Proprietary Trading
Related Article Tags: Multi-Strategy, Long Short, Equity, Debt and Global Macro Hedge Fund News; Hedge Fund Jobs, Hirings and Firings; Hedge Fund Launches and Hedge Fund Closings


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