Their collection includes works by Damien Hirst, Brice Marden, Ellsworth Kelly, Frank Stella, Willem de Kooning, Gerhard Richter, Jenny Saville, Takashi Murakami, Andreas Gursky, and Tom Sachs.
Tananbaum v. Gagosian Gallery, 651889/2018 – In 2018 Tananbaum sued the Gagosian Gallery, a New York gallery claiming that the gallery and the artist Jeff Koons “over the non-delivery of three Koons sculptures” specifically claiming that deposits were accepted and the delivery of the works delayed.
In 2017, they gave $1 million to the Block Museum of Art at Northwestern University to endow the position of the Steven and Lisa Munster Tananbaum Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art.
- ^ abThomas, Helen (5 July 2007).
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Unsurprisingly, although the banter defense is sometimes successful, particularly if the person bringing the case can be shown to have given as good as they got, lawyers are advising people to keep it under control. (FT)
No signs of slowing down the senior hiring at Jefferies – Richard Gostling, formerly head of EMEA business services investment banking at Morgan Stanley – is about to join them in a similar role. (Financial News)
“The most feared woman in finance” is, apparently, Anne Brorhilker of the Cologne state prosecutor’s department. She’s in charge of German investigations into historic Cum-Ex tax frauds, with Morgan Stanley the latest bank to have experienced a visit.
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Rhyming chants and signs saying “I’d Rather Be Regulating” – on the picket line with the Financial Conduct Authority, where strikers have been told they have to fill their time in as “unpaid leave – industrial action” on the system, and that they can’t refer to the strike in their out of office emails. (Financial News)
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Elsewhere, when Ryan Watkins walked off the analyst program at Moelis in October 2019, after just a bit more than a year in place, colleagues might have been a bit skeptical when he said he was going into crypto asset research.
However, it looks like he’s backed the right horse.
While most Americans want to put 2020 behind them…
And a return to “normal” life…
According to Wall Street legend Marc Chaikin, life is about to get even stranger, and it could have a sizable impact on your wealth.
“A massive and surprising new transition could determine the next group of millionaires,” says Chaikin, who predicted the 2020 market crash. “While leaving 99% of the public worse off than before.”
“If you own regular stocks, you’re in for a big surprise,” he adds.
Chaikin, who has appeared numerous times on CNBC’s Fast Money, says that you absolutely must consider buying one particular type of investment right now, before it’s too late.
And no, it’s not cryptocurrencies.
“I grew up in a world where you could do extremely well by investing in ordinary companies,” Chaikin says.
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Another crypto ladder climber – in April 2018, Hunter Merghan was a Director at Barclays on the equity trading desk. Now, after short stints at Coinbase, Bitstamp and a venture capital firm, he’s going to be the COO of Digital Assets at Millennium.
However, it’s not risk free to leave banking for something new – startups and fintechs are beginning to see increasing layoffs … (Axios)
… while mortgage companies are seeing layoffs “by the thousands” (Business Insider)
The word “banter” is showing up in employment cases to an increasing extent, covering anything from calling an older employee “Half-Dead Dave” to describing a colleague’s home-working during cancer treatment as “cozy days”.
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After two years at Messari, he and his friend Daniel Cheung have been backed with $85m from blue chip names like Bain Capital to form a “long only” crypto hedge fund aiming to pick a small number of winners among the established coins and, eventually, play a role in their governance.
It’s not clear whether this has been a great move from a financial point of view – after all, Moelis analysts and associates have done pretty well over the last couple of years, and the fees on a hedge fund with under $100m don’t necessarily add up to a super-rich lifestyle once compliance, admin and overhead are paid and they’ve been split two ways.
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“Tananbaums endow curator position at Block Museum of Art”. United States: Northwestern Now. Northwestern University.
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Tananbaum (born 1964/1965) is an American hedge fund manager, the founding partner and chief investment officer of GoldenTree Asset Management, which he founded in 2000. In 2018, Bloomberg referred to Tananbaum as “one of Wall Street’s biggest investors in distressed debt.”
Tananbaum earned a bachelor’s degree in Economics from Vassar College.
He worked for Kidder, Peabody & Co., before joining MacKay Shields, where he led the firm’s high yield group, but left to start his own company.
Tananbaum founded GoldenTree Asset Management in 2000.
In 2007, the Financial Times included Tananbaum in their list of “The 20 rising hedge fund stars”.
As of March 2019, GoldenTree has about $28 billion in assets under management (AUM).
In 1992, Tananbaum married Lisa A.
Following banking industry litigation is a fine hobby, but usually it’s not for fans of action packed adventure. Cases typically play out agonizingly slowly, drip feeding you occasional juicy bits of scandal over a period of weeks.
It’s for people who like very long art house movies or cricket. All the players are cautious and strategic by nature, and they don’t like washing their dirty linen in public.
That’s why Case 652076/2022 in the New York County Supreme Court (Bill Christian v GoldenTree Asset Management) is such a surprise. As first reported by Business Insider, the former COO of a big hedge fund has filed a case demanding $1.24m from his former employers. And in support of this claim, the court papers include an arbitration judgement which not only suggests that he was terminated for cause, but reflects incredibly badly on Mr Christian.