Latest Hedge Fund Moves- David Greely, Sanjiv Bhatia

Goldman Energy Research Head David Greely Leaves for Bridgewater.

Goldman Energy Research Head David Greely Leaves for Bridgewater. David Greely, Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. head of energy research, is joining Bridgewater Associates LP, according a spokeswoman for Bridgewater. David Greely is joining the Westport, Connecticut-based employee- owned hedge fund sponsor as a portfolio manager, said the spokeswoman, who did not want to be identified. Leslie Shribman, a New York-based spokeswoman for Goldman Sachs, declined to comment.

Harvard Endowment Hires Four Fund Managers

Harvard Endowment Hires Four Fund Managers in Equities Expansion. Harvard Management Co, which oversees the endowment of the world’s richest university with $30.7 billion, hired Sanjiv Bhatia and three other portfolio managers as it expands it stock markets team. Bhatia, who once headed the Asia office of Minnetonka, Minnesota-based hedge fund Deephaven Capital Management LLC, started this month as portfolio manager for emerging markets stocks, Harvard Management said today. The endowment also hired Al-Wadhah Al-Adawi, formerly worked at hedge fund GLG Partners Inc. Amit Tiwari, who used to work at the Lakshmi Mittal family office, and Srdjan Tanjga.

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Regiment Capital hedge fund founder  Tim Peterson to Step Down

Regiment Capital hedge fund founder to step down in 2014 Tim Peterson, who founded the $7 billion Regiment Capital Advisors in 1999 after a decade at Harvard University’s endowment, plans to step down from day-to-day management of the hedge fund in mid-2014. Mr. Peterson will take on a mentoring role at the firm after he stops managing money, said Diana Pisciotta, a Regiment Capital spokeswoman. Regiment partners Mark Brostowski and Bill Heffron will continue to run the portfolios, while Thomas Sorbo, managing director, and Chris Kaster, CFO, will head the non-investment parts of the business.

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