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Former Goldman Sachs partner starts healthcare PE firm

Former Goldman Sachs partner Jo Natauri has launched Invidia Capital Management, a New York-based healthcare services-focused private equity firm, with investment from global alternative asset management solutions provider GCM Grosvenor. 

Invidia will focus on upper-middle market investment opportunities in North America. 

Natauri most recently served as Global Head of Private Healthcare Investing at Goldman Sachs, where she was also a member of the bank’s corporate investment, sustainable investing and life sciences investing committees. She left Goldman Sachs last December after a 17-year tenure. 

Invidia has so far hired Vince Cuticello as Chief Administrative Officer and Chief Compliance Officer; Alice Kennon as Head of Operations and Capital Formation; and six additional investment team members with experience at Goldman Sachs, TPG, KKR, Barclays, Partners Group and Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System. 

In a statement, Goldman Sachs’ CEO David Solomon described Natauri as “an important leader in growing Goldman’s healthcare franchise in the private equity group”. 

He added: “She’s well-positioned to lead next-generation healthcare investing and to have an impact on the direction of healthcare.” 

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