Ruehl Named Aksia Head Of Americas Client Services

Mar 16 2011 | 11:35am ET

Hedge fund consultancy Aksia has lost half of its leadership in the Americas.

Co-head of client advisory services in the region Jaeson Dubrovay has left the job entirely in the hands of Bruce Ruehl, Pensions & Investments reports. The two had led the group together since the beginning of last year.

Dubrovay has not left Aksia; he'll serve as a consultant. But, according to P&I, he will have no day-to-day responsibilities at the firm.


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