Morgan Exec May Join Bain

Jan 13 2006 | 8:18pm ET

After a decade at Morgan Stanley, Jonathan Zhu is rumored to be leaving the firm to join U.S. buyout giant Bain Capital. A spokeswoman for Boston-based Bain declined to comment on media reports, which said Zhu would be heading up Bain's China operations.

Sources close to Morgan Stanley told FINalternatives that Zhu may resign, possibly as soon as this week, but that he has not given formal notice. A spokesman at Morgan Stanley declined to comment on the possible move.

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