Taconic Capital Co-Founder Kenneth Brody Dies at 79

The Goldman Sachs alum and tennis aficionado launched two different hedge funds over the course of his long and successful investment management career.

Ken Brody (Courtesy Photo)

Ken Brody

(Courtesy Photo)

Shortly after Kenneth Brody launched Sutton Square Partners in 2016 — three years after retiring from Taconic Capital, the hedge fund firm he co-founded with fellow Goldman Sachs partner Frank Brosens — the then 70-year-old told Institutional Investor, “I flunked retirement.”

“I thought I would be pretty actively engaged,” Brody recalled in the 2017 interview.

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