BlueBay’s Germano Quits

Jun 30 2010 | 12:44pm ET

A top BlueBay Asset Management hedge fund executive and manager has left the firm.

Gina Germano’s April resignation came from “out of the blue,” the Financial Times reports. Germano headed a sizeable chunk of the London-based credit shop’s hedge fund business, including its Recovery Fund, as well as its US$6 billion high-yield funds.

According to the FT, BlueBay was unable to convince Germano to stay on board. She has not joined another firm, and BlueBay said she had left to spend more time with her family.


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