Article: Wall Street Is Donating to This D.A. Candidate. Is That a Problem?

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Wall Street Is Donating to This D.A. Candidate. Is That a Problem?

Jonah E. Bromwich, 13 April 2021

Even had she not raised more money than her rivals, Tali Farhadian Weinstein would be a formidable candidate in the nine-way race to become the Manhattan district attorney, perhaps the most high-profile local prosecutor’s office in the country.

She was a Rhodes scholar, has an elite legal résumé and is the only candidate who has worked for both the Justice Department and a city prosecutor’s office. And while most of the candidates are campaigning as reformers intent on reducing incarceration, Ms. Farhadian Weinstein, 45, has staked out a slightly more conservative position, expressing concerns about guns and gangs. Continue reading “Article: Wall Street Is Donating to This D.A. Candidate. Is That a Problem?”

Subject: Pablo Salame

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Pablo Salame is Head of Global Credit at Citadel. He also serves on Citadel’s Portfolio Committee. Prior to joining Citadel in 2019, Salame worked at Goldman Sachs for more than 22 years, most recently serving as Co-Head of the Securities Division for 10 years. His previous roles include Head of European Equities Trading, Co-Head of Global Credit, and Global Co-Head of Emerging Market Debt. He began his career working for Citicorp. Pablo is a member of the Brown University Corporation Board of Trustees, the external advisory board of the Carney Institute for Brain Science, the Board of Directors of Signature Theatre, and of the Advisory Board of the Billie Jean King Leadership Initiative. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in applied mathematics from Brown University.

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