Citi Private Bank Hedge Fund Chief Out

Dec 20 2012 | 9:44am ET

Frank Frecentese, Citigroup's pointman for hedge funds at its private bank, has left the firm.

It is unclear why Frecentese left the bank, or what his plans are, according to Reuters.

Frecentese was global head of hedge funds at Citi Private Bank. He came to Citi in 2010, when the bank acquired hedge fund platform HedgeForum. A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School, Frecentese also formerly worked at Morgan Stanley Graystone Research.


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