Goldman Sachs managing director/partner Michael J. Swenson (a.k.a. “Swenny”) has put his Tuxedo Park, New York mansion on the market for $2.595 million, Curbed’s Rob Bear reports.
Swenson joined the investment banking giant back in 2000. While at Goldman, he has worked as the head of ABS trading and managing director of structured products. He was named to the highly-coveted position of “partner” in 2008.
In 2010, Swenson and a bunch of other Goldman execs were grilled on Capitol Hill over the firm’s CDS trading before the financial crisis.
Before Goldman, Swenson worked at Solomon Brothers and Solomon Smith Barney, FINRA records show.
Swenson and his wife purchased this Tuxedo Park home back in 1998 for $750,000, Curbed reported.
Now that sounds awesome. Let’s take a tour.
The dining room features views of the gardens through a large bay window. There's also a wood burning fireplace and hand carved cabinets for china and crystal.
The lower level of the home features a fitness, entertainment and media room. There's a main room with a bar and a room with a gym complete with a Swedish sauna and bath.
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