JPMorgan Hedge Fund Sales Pro Heads Home

JPMorgan's John Moore, v.p. in equity derivative sales in Hong Kong, has left the industry to return to his native Australia.

  • 10 Feb 2004
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JPMorgan's John Moore, v.p. in equity derivative sales in Hong Kong, has left the industry to return to his native Australia. Moore headed the bank's Asian hedge fund sales group, which he helped kick-start after joining from Merrill Lynch (DW, 3/4/02). At Merrill, Moore was a director of global equity-linked products.

Moore reported to David Long, head of equity derivatives for Asia ex-Japan in Hong Kong. Long said Moore has retired and added that the bank is finalizing a new structure for the hedge fund sales desk.
  • 10 Feb 2004

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