Hoping this is a joke…SEC Taps Goldman Sachs Executive as Division Head
By Jessica Holzer
Published January 18, 2011
| Dow Jones Newswires
WASHINGTON -(Dow Jones)- The Securities and Exchange Commission has named Goldman Sachs Asset Management Chief Investment Officer Eileen Rominger to head its division overseeing asset managers and hedge funds.
Rominger will come to the SEC after nearly 30 years in the investment management business, according to an SEC press release Tuesday.
She managed equity funds at Oppenheimer Capital and at Goldman before becoming Goldman’s chief investment officer for its global portfolio management teams.
Rominger, who will join the agency next month, replaces Andrew J. “Buddy” Donohue, who left the agency in November.