TCI Out Another Partner

Nov 11 2011 | 11:47am ET

Being Christopher Hohn's partner at The Children's Investment Fund may not be the best job in the world, judging by the number who have left it in recent years.

The latest out the door is Masroor Siddiqui. Siddiqui, who led global credit and equity investments at TCI, left the firm about two weeks ago, Reuters reports. His exit was revealed by K1 Ventures, the investment firm where Siddiqui is a director.

Siddiqui's stay at TCI was a relatively short one: He joined the firm two years ago from Canyon Capital Partners, the year that founding partner Patrick Degorce left the firm. Degorce was followed by TCI Asia chief John Ho and, earlier this year, Stuart Powers.


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