Mar 7 2013 | 12:26am ET
Portman Square Capital Management, founded by former Citigroup proprietary trading chief Sutesh Sharma, has parted ways with its CEO and a portfolio manager, reducing its scale to fit its reduced size. Andrew Mack, a former colleague of Sharma's at Morgan Stanley, left his post as CEO and chief risk officer this week, after just five months on the job. Sharma determined he could not afford to keep Mack given Portman Square's smaller size.
Mar 10 2014 | 11:33am ET