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Eton Park Capital Management

The 2004 launch of multistrategy hedge fund firm Eton Park Capital Management, founded by Goldman Sachs alumni Eric Mindich and Edward Misrahi, was one of the most significant hedge fund launches in history, with $3.5 billion in seed money largely from former Goldman colleagues. Investors were attracted by Mindich's impeccable pedigree: The wunderkind was named Goldman Sachs's youngest-ever partner at age 27 in 1994 and went on to serve as equity arbitrage chief as a member of the fabled risk arbitrage desk headed by former Treasury secretary Robert Rubin (along with Perry Capital's Richard Perry and Farallon Capital founder Thomas Steyer). Mindich's background was so alluring to potential investors that they were willing to overlook an onerous rolling three-year lockup in his fund…

Back to Hedge Fund 100 Firm Profile Ranking 88. Eton Park Capital Management / $7 billion Location: New York, NY Founded: 2004 2016 Hedge Fund 100 Rank: No. 77 2016 Capital: $9 billion 2015 Hedge Fund 100 Rank: No. 74 2015 Capital: $9 billion Years on List: 13 Website: Address: 399 Park Avenue10th FloorNew York, NY 10022 Phone: 212-756-5300 Fax: 646-521-6370 Other Offices: London, Hong

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