Hedge fund money manager dies aged 33

Carnation

Madhu Satyanarayana, who in 2011 joined hedge fund firm J. Goldman & Co. in New York as a money manager specializing in distressed companies and their debt, has died. He was 33.

Bloomberg News reports that he died on November 29 at his home in Cresskill, New Jersey, according to his friend, Amar Tanna. The cause was an apparent heart attack. Satyanarayana’s family members, who spent Thanksgiving with him, were present when he died.

“He left us way too soon,” Tanna said Wednesday in a telephone interview. He described Satyanarayana as someone who loved baseball and valued relationships with family and friends, even those living far away. “He was the kind of person who everyone would always say, ’Oh, I just saw him!’”

Satyanarayana, known as Saty, was a portfolio manager at J. Goldman, which manages $850m.

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Madhu Satyanarayana, J. Goldman & Co. Money Manager, Dies at 33

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