Former DB Global Head Joins Hedge Fund

Aug 28 2007 | 10:49am ET

John Dyment has reportedly left Deutsche Bank in New York to join Greenwich, Conn.-based hedge fund Shumway Capital Partners, which employs long/short and global macro strategies.

According to TheStreet.com, Dyment was global head of the bank's hedge fund capital group. A spokeswoman for Deutsche Bank confirmed Dyment’s move.


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