Goldman’s new partners — Top legal-tech investors — Schonfeld’s pitch to investors

Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon and journalist Katie Couric speak onstage at a Vanity Fair event in 2018.

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Goldman’s new partners

Goldman Sachs just minted its next group of leaders.

The elite Wall Street firm announced its latest partner class.

Reed Alexander and Dakin Campbell have the entire list, along with some interesting metrics about the makeup of the class.

Click here to see the full list.

Schonfeld is raising money for its $2.2 billion fundamental equity fund. Here are the highlights of its 24-page pitch to investors 

Bradley Saacks has the presentation Schonfeld is using to raise money for its $2.2 billion fundamental equity fund. Take a look at the leaked presentation. Check it out here. 

Meet 10 investors who are pouring money into legal-tech startups

Yoonji Han with a nice rundown of the top investors backing legal-tech startups. Take a look at the leaders in the space. Here’s the entire list. 

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