Daily Management Review

Former Goldman Sachs’ Employee To Lead Blackstone’s GSO Distressed Unit


06/26/2019


In yet another management move, GSO hires Goldman Sachs’ Portfolio Manager.



GSO Capital Partners, the credit platform of Blackstone has chosen its Senior Managing Director as well as the joined head, whereby appointing Dan Oneglia to handle the “distressed investing business”, reported the firm on Wednesday, 26 June 2019, through a press release.
 
Oneglia has been in Goldman Sachs wherein his recent position was of a Portfolio Manager in its “special situations group” for Americas.
 
In “special situations group”, Oneglia will be leading the “distressed unit” while David Posnick will support him as “fellow co-head”.
 
Nevertheless, there was no response from Blackstone on the requests of commenting on the same.
 
 
References:
reuters.com







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