Friday, March 20, 2009

Goldman's Co-Head Of Fixed Income Goes To Fidelity

It has been confirmed that Chris Sullivan, (curiously still with a green light on his Bloomberg profile) is taking the Ironclad parked in the dodecatuple secret bottom basement of 32 Old Slip, and will sail the East River all the way up to Boston where he will be joining Fidelity as president of its bond fund. Sullivan is moving on up in the world, not just in a purely magnetic north sense, as at Fidelity he will oversee more than $170 billion in bond assets.

Zero Hedge hopes for Chris' sake, that Fidelity has learned the novel and arcane concept of shorting, which his now former employer has always been so good at. Sphere: Related Content
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Anonymous said...

did gs prop desk get hit with mass departures today?

Old Bogus said...

Maybe I need to move my investments from Fidelity . . .