Feldstein Leaves Eton Park For AmEx

Oct 27 2010 | 10:03am ET

Eton Park Capital Management's Eric Feldstein has left the hedge fund and will join American Express next month.

Feldstein, a partner and CFO at Eton Park, will serve as executive vice-president of fee-based services at the credit card company. The former GMAC Financial Services CEO has spent the past two years at Eton Park.

AmEx's hiring of Feldstein comes as the firm also added several former Sprint Nextel executives to its online and mobile unit, newly rechristened Revolution Money.


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