Hedge Fund Gotham Hires IR Head From Morgan Stanley

Oct 31 2012 | 11:09am ET

Gotham Asset Management has a new point man for its clients.

David Barrett was set to join the hedge fund as head of investor relations this week, Bloomberg News reports. It is unclear whether the havoc wreaked by Hurricane Sandy delayed those plans.

In his new post, Barrett will handle IR, sales, marketing and business development for the $1.45 billion hedge fund.

Barrett was most recently head of Morgan Stanley's private capital markets unit, before leaving the bank in August. He spent more than two decades at Morgan Stanley.


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