Hedge Fund - Glg Partners

Noam Gottesman Bio, Returns, Net Worth

Noam Gottesman is the co-founder of GLG Partners. The fund began in 1995 as a division of the Lehman Brothers International (Europe). It broke off as a stand-alone entity in September 2000. Prior to 1995, Noam Gottesman earned a B.A. From Columbia University and went to work for Goldman Sachs. At the time GLG Partners was founded, Noam Gottesman had worked his way up to an Executive Director of Goldman Sachs International.

Noam Gottesman is the co-founder of GLG Partners. The fund began in 1995 as a division of the Lehman Brothers International (Europe). It broke off as a stand-alone entity in September 2000. Prior to 1995, Noam Gottesman earned a B.A. From Columbia University and went to work for Goldman Sachs. At the time GLG Partners was founded, Noam Gottesman had worked his way up to an Executive Director of Goldman Sachs International.

Noam Gottesman was the Chairman of the Board, the Co-Chief Executive Officer and a Senior Managing Director of the fund from 2007 until January 17, 2012 when he stepped down as co-CEO of GLG Partners and took on the role of non-executive Chairman of GLG's business and interest in the US ("GLG (US)"). In October 2010, during his tenure, GLG Partners became a wholly owned subsidiary of the Man Group Plc. "The first priority following the combination of Man and GLG was to complete the integration of the two businesses. This has now been successfully achieved and therefore I have decided to move to a non-executive role. This will give me the time to develop a portfolio of non-competing business and other interests. I remain fully committed to Man as a significant shareholder in the company and investor in GLG funds."

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Noam Gottesman
Fund Profile
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Fund Holdings Sector Distribution
Fund Name: Glg Partners
Manager Noam Gottesman
Portfolio Value $5,098,072,000
Change This QTR +3.55%
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Sorted by:
No. Security Ticker Shares Value (x$1000) Activity % Port
1.) V 629,070 $135,791 +396% 2.66%
2.) GRFS 2,799,789 $115,631 2.26%
3.) DFS 1,923,102 $111,905 +259% 2.19%
4.) ACT 537,833 $110,713 2.17%
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