Goldman veteran Pierre-Henri Flamand to launch Edoma Capital with $1 billion

October 30th, 2010
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Pierre-Henri Flamand anticipates raising over $1 billion for his hedge fund Edoma Capital in one of the most anticipated launches of 2010. According to The Wall Street Journal, Mr. Flamand, former co-head of Goldman Sachs’ Principal Strategies unit, will launch his new venture this month. The firm’s primary investors are large institutional investors from the United States who have invested through hedge funds of funds.

Also on the Edoma Capital team are Ali Hedayat and Emmanuel Niogret, two other former members of the Goldman Principal Strategies unit. Mr. Flamand has said he is looking to hire three more Goldman veterans by 2011.
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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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