Guggenheim Partners LLC’s Alan Schwartz, executive chairman of the $180 billion asset manager whose executives own a stake in the Los Angeles Dodgers, said the firm sees opportunities in building infrastructure through partnerships between the private and public sectors.
Guggenheim Partners LLC, the $180 billion asset-management firm whose executives own a stake in the Los Angeles Dodgers, hired Glenn H. Schiffman, the former head of Asia-Pacific investment banking at Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc., to expand its investment banking unit.
Guggenheim Partners LLC hired Barclays Plc’s Andrew Taussig, the London-based bank’s head of investment banking for retail companies, according to a regulatory filing and people familiar with the move.
Guggenheim Partners LLC’s Alan Schwartz speaks with Bloomberg Television special correspondent Willow Bay about the two billion dollar Dodgers deal at the Milken Institute 2012 Global Conference in Los Angeles. They speak on Bloomberg’s special programming “Milken: Ideas & Action.” (Source: Bloomberg)
When Mark Walter, the chief executive officer of Guggenheim Partners LLC, ran Chicago investment firm Liberty Hampshire Co., a junior associate asked in 1996 why he decided to accept money from outside investors.