Tragic Early Death Of Wall Street Star

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Sad to report.

Deborah Bernstein, who worked at Goldman Sachs, Pequot Capital Management and Aquiline Capital Partners in the 15 years since she graduated from Stanford University’s business school, has died. She was just 41.

Bloomberg reports that she died on May 10 at her home in New York City after a prolonged battle with breast cancer, her mother, Caroline Kresky, said yesterday in an interview.

'Deborah was a shining star who passed far before her time', Bernstein’s parents and husband, David Miller, wrote in an obituary posted online.

Bernstein was a partner since November 2008 at New York-based Aquiline, the private-equity firm founded by Jeffrey Greenberg in 2005 after he left Marsh & McLennan Cos. as chief executive officer. Aquiline invests in financial services such as insurance, banking, securities, asset management and financial technology.

'She made a lasting impact on the firm including building our Financial Technology group and developing our talented team', Aquiline said in a statement released Monday by communications firm RLM Finsbury. 'We will miss Deborah and her indomitable spirit'.

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Deborah Bernstein, Aquiline’s ‘Indomitable’ Partner, Dies at 41

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