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These Senior Goldman Sachs Bankers Have Been Jumping To The Buy-side

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<p>So far this year, senior investment bankers have been leaving Goldman Sachs and, usually, are landing on the buy-side.</p> <p>The latest example is Roy Schwartz, a managing director who worked at Goldman Sachs for over 16 years. Schwartz has just joined Berkeley Asset Management as a portfolio manager.</p> <p>Berkeley is a hedge fund focused on non-investment credit and has just a handful of employees in London. It was formed in 2009 by former Millennium Capital Management partner, Ari Epstein, and Mervyn Hughes, who founded hedge fund Belvedere Investment Partners.</p>