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New Job For Eric Cantor

New Job For Eric Cantor

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Former House Majority Leader and 7th District congressman Eric Cantor has a new job. The Wall Street Journal reports Cantor (pictured) will join the investment banking firm Moelis & Co. Cantor will be a vice chair and member of the board of directors. An announcement says Cantor will help the firm compete for business and offer advise on takeovers and other deals. The Journal reports that Cantor raised about $1.4 million from financial firms and their employees since 2012. Donors to Cantor included Goldman Sachs and the Blackstone Group. The report says Cantor will continue to live in Virginia and will open an office for Moelis in Washington.

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