BlueMountain lures JPMorgan credit vet out of retirement

Credit specialist asset manager BlueMountain has tempted Betsy Gile out of retirement to work as a strategic advisor in New York.

Gile had been in retirement for two years after a 25-year career, the bulk of which was spent at JPMorgan where she managed many of the firm’s credit businesses. In her various roles there, including managing high-grade credit markets trading, credit portfolio management, corporate lending and credit research, she worked alongside BlueMountain founders Andrew

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