U.K. Manager Loses Credit Analyst

Morley Fund Management's London-based head of credit analysis, Caroline Brown, is leaving the buy-sider.

  • 06 May 2005
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Morley Fund Management's London-based head of credit analysis, Caroline Brown, is leaving the buy-sider. Brown, who remains at Morley and plans to join another investment manager in July, declined comment and her destination could not be determined.

Brown's departure from Morley follows those of Andre Mazzella and Chris Higham, high-yield portfolio manager and credit analyst, respectively, who joined hedge funds (BW, 5/2).

Prior to joining Morley in January of 2004, Brown was head of European credit research at Credit Suisse Asset Management. She previously worked at Goldman Sachs in London.

At Morley, Brown reported to Paul Mingay, head of corporate credit investments. Mingay did not return calls by press time.

  • 06 May 2005

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