Wall Street Niche Continues to Grow in Importance

Friedlander, Josh
August 2005
Investment Management Weekly;8/1/2005, Vol. 18 Issue 30, p6
Focuses on the increased competition in the transition management sector in the U.S. in which assets are being transferred on behalf of a large investor from one allocation scheme to another while minimizing cost. Information on a search for a chief executive being launched by Goldman Sachs who would head its transition management division; Debate among securities firms over the use of sellside or buyside in managing portfolio transitions; Salaries of the heads and junior staffers in transition management.


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