Morgan Stanley Chief Strategist Joins Fortress

Jun 12 2007 | 1:25pm ET

Henry McVey, previously a managing director and chief U.S. investment strategist at Morgan Stanley, is joining Fortress Investment Group.

McVey will be based in the Fortress’ New York office as a managing director, leading the firm’s new business efforts focused on deep value public equity investing.

McVey spent 12 years at Morgan Stanley in the equity research department.

"Henry is a very talented individual and recognized as a leading investment strategist,” Wesley Edens, CEO and chairman of Fortress, said. “We are excited that Henry will join Fortress and believe that he will be a great addition as we continue to build our equity investment products."


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