Morgan Stanley Hedge Fund Exec. To Head China Commodities

Dec 20 2010 | 9:29am ET

Morgan Stanley will move its commodities hedge fund chief to China to lead its commodities business in that country.

Kevin O’Reilly will take the reins in Shanghai early next year, Bloomberg News reports. He will report to Harry Soh, the bank’s Asia head of commodities.

O’Reilly currently works out of Morgan Stanley’s Purchases, N.Y., office.


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