Hudson Street Widening for Goldman

December 2008
Securities Industry News;12/15/2008, Vol. 20 Issue 42, p8
Trade Publication
An interview with Tom Conigliaro, managing director and head of Hudson Street Services is presented. When asked if they will add more research providers in the future, he says that they have no immediate plans to add another firm to the platform. On their role in the evolution of alternative research, he cites that they are the conduit and not the driving force. When asked what regions they are moving into, he notes that they are up and running in the U.S., Europe and Asia and reviewing the markets in the Middle East and Brazil.


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