Four advisers resign over restructuring

Four hedge fund advisers at JP Morgan Private Bank have resigned after their research and selection responsibilities were swallowed up by restructuring of the group's alternative asset management businesses.

The Private Bank's hedge fund advisory team of managing director, Michel Nassif, and his colleagues, Christophe Khaw, Stephane Ribordy, and Albert Collette, said in early February they would be leaving the Geneva-based operation. Described as 'highly entrepreneurial' it is believed they will

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