Goldman Sachs is preparing to offer a new long-short hedge fund, Goldman Sachs Investment Partners, on Jan. 1 that could raise between $6 billion and $10 billion, Reuters reports.

Two managers who have traded for Goldman’s own accounts, Principal Strategies Director Raanan Agus and Director of U.S. Investments Kenneth Eberts, will run the fund. They will be joined by other Goldman stars who, observers said, could be convinced to remain with the firm at a time when the performance of many of its funds have suffered.

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