Brevan Howard’s Morrison Out

May 13 2010 | 3:29am ET

James Morrison, head of investor relations at Brevan Howard Asset Management, is leaving the firm this summer.

Morrison has worked at Europe’s largest hedge fund firm since its founding in 2003. It is unclear why the partner is leaving the firm, Financial News reports.

Morrison’s exit is the second of a top Brevan Howard executive in as many months. Philippe Lespinard, who led the firm’s absolute return strategies and UCITS III-compliant funds, left the firm at the end of March.


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