Bloomberg News reports that Gokhvat, who worked at the New York offices of BlueCrest, declined to comment when contacted.
Prin, 34, started Friday as a managing director at Greylock’s New York office, according to Ajata Mediratta, co-president of Greylock, which oversees about $850m. Previously, Prin worked as an emerging-market high-yield corporate-bond analyst who helped oversee some of JPMorgan’s portfolios. He declined to comment on his hiring.
Finally, Bloomberg reports that Manuel Medina-Mora, the head of Citigroup’s global consumer business, will retire on June 1 after his 44-year career at the company was tarnished with the discovery of fraud last year at the Mexico unit he once ran.
Medina-Mora, 64, will step down on June 1, the bank said in a memo Friday from Chief Executive Officer Michael Corbat. He’ll remain non-executive chairman of the Mexican unit, Banco Nacional de Mexico, according to the memo.