Former Exor COO launches activist fund in Europe - sources LONDON, Nov 25- Shahriar Tadjbakhsh, the former chief operating officer of Exor, the Agnelli family's investment company, has launched an activist hedge fund in Europe called Altaone Capital, sources familiar with the matter told Reuters. Tadjbakhsh, 52, a U.S. citizen of Iranian origin who was previously a partner at Wall Street firm Goldman Sachs, has teamed up...
| By: Anjuli Davies
UPDATE 2-Ex-Goldman employee accused by U.S. regulator of insider trading Those trades occurred from July to October, the SEC said, most recently enabling Han to earn $397,000 trading ahead of news last month that Goldman client Lam Research Corp had agreed to buy KLA-Tencor Corp in a $10.6 billion deal. A day after that deal was announced and Han had liquidated KLA-Tencor call options he had bought beforehand, the Goldman employee...
| By: Nate Raymond
UPDATE 1-Rising dollar tops Goldman Sachs' 2016 trade tips LONDON, Nov 19- U.S. investment bank Goldman Sachs tipped a higher dollar as its top trade for 2016 on Thursday, heading a list that also bet on rising U.S. inflation and long-dated Italian bonds outperforming German bonds. Goldman said big U.S. banks will outperform the S&P 500 index and recommended that investors take advantage of emerging market divergence by...
| By: Marc Jones and Jamie McGeever
UPDATE 7-Oil slides again as focus returns to heavy glut *Oil prices could fall further- Goldman Sachs. *Iraq sells some crudes at $30/ barrel. LONDON, Nov 19- Oil fell on Thursday, with U.S. crude dipping below $40 per barrel, retreating from early gains amid a persistent global glut of crude and refined fuel.
| By: Simon Falush