Scott Prince, Goldman Sachs’ former head of equity derivatives, has moved to New York-based firm SkyBridge Capital.He was previously at hedge fund Eton Park Capital Management, a firm he helped found with a team of other former Goldman bankers, including Eric Mindich, in 2004.
He becomes a managing partner at SkyBridge, which incubates and provides seed capital to promising new hedge fund businesses.
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