Morgan Stanley Vet Lynch To Moore Credit Desk

May 21 2012 | 1:39pm ET

Moore Capital Management has added a former top Morgan Stanley executive as a portfolio manager in its London office.

Patrick Lynch covers credit at the US$15 billion New York-based firm, the latest prominent fixed-income trader to leave banking for a hedge fund. Lynch started at Moore this week, Bloomberg News reports.

Lynch was former head of European credit sales and trading and head of Asia corporate credit at Morgan Stanley. He left the bank in January.


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