The chief operating officer of Guggenheim Investments and two other top executives were let go this week as part of a reorganization at the firm, according to three people familiar with the situation.
The departures come amid rumors that the firm's parent,
A Guggenheim spokeswoman declined to comment on the departure of the three senior executives. A receptionist at the firm said Goldman, Zeitoun and Fletcher were not in the directory.
All sources could not speak on the record because the information was confidential.
As part of the reorganization,
At that time, the firm named Goldman, who had been chief executive of Rydex Investments, a subsidiary of Guggenheim, as chief operating officer of the new unit.
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