Farallon Loses Some Managers, Gains Others

March 12th, 2010
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Four senior stock managers at Farallon Capital Management have recently announced their departure from the hedge fund manager. According to Bloomberg, Bill Duhamel, Jason Moment, Ashish Pant and Rich Voon, who headed Farallon’s value investing team, managed roughly 8% of the San Francisco-based firm’s assets and are leaving to start their own firm.

Farallon also announced that Noonday Asset Management, an affiliated fund that spun off from Farallon in 2004, will be joining back up with Farallon. Noonday, which focused on investments outside the U.S., will bring eight partners and nine analysts to the Farallon team.
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Related Entities: Farallon Capital Institutional Partners; Farallon Capital Partners; Farallon Credit Opportunity; Farallon Special Situations; FKG Capital; Hellman & Friedman; Noonday Global Management
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