Credit Trader Departs Concordia

Joshua Ackman, credit trader at hedge fund Concordia Advisors in New York, has left the firm.

  • 10 Jun 2005
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Joshua Ackman, credit trader at hedge fund Concordia Advisors in New York, has left the firm. Ackman, who joined roughly a year ago as the fund expanded in the credit arena, was previously a v.p. in credit derivatives sales at Goldman Sachs. He declined comment.

"Concordia's business remains unchanged and we don't comment on human resources issues," said Sean Manns, chief operating officer at Concordia, responding to how Ackman's departure affects the fund and whether he will be replaced. Manns declined further comment.

  • 10 Jun 2005

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