Permian Investment Partners

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Permian Investment Partners
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Permian Investment Partners is a hedge fund founded in 2007 by then founder Cara Goldenberg,[2] and joined by co-partners Alex Duran and Scott Hendrickson in 2008 prior to the firm's launch.[1] Its name is derived from the Permian geological period.[3] Its offices are currently located at 295 Madison Avenue, New York NY.[4]

The fund employs a long/short equity strategy with a focus on management change and management quality, predominantly in Western Europe.[5]

The firm was the recipient of the 2012 Europe-Focused Global Emerging Manager award presented by S&P Capital IQ.[6] In November 2011, Permian was among several large shareholders to publicly oppose Sun Pharmaceuticals' offer to acquire Taro Pharmaceuticals.[7]


  1. ^ a b c d "Businessweek Company Overview".
  2. ^ "From analyst to hedge fund founder in six years".
  3. ^ "HFM Week Online".
  4. ^ "SEC Form ADV".
  5. ^ "Emerging Manager Monthly".
  6. ^ "S&P Capital IQ".
  7. ^ "PR Newswire".

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