NewSmith Capital Loses Partner, Ops. Staffer

Feb 13 2009 | 3:46am ET

London-based hedge fund NewSmith Capital Partners has bid farewell to a pair of employees, including one of its partners.

Partner Jeremy Silewicz left at the end of last year, Reuters reports. He had worked on the firm’s marketing efforts after a period as portfolio manager of NewSmith’s European fund. He joined the hedge fund in March 2007.

Also out at NewSmith is Andrew Irving, who worked on the firm’s operations team.

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