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PERSONNEL Profiles/Developments

Arrowgrass hit with $7.2m lawsuit from ex-US head

Michael Edwards accuses closing HF of 'questionable practices'...

This Hedge Fund Superstar Has a Singer-Songwriter Side Gig

Joe’s Pub in New York’s East Village might not register as a usual hangout for the Wall Street crowd, but on one night in May, you’d have thought it advertised “Quants drink free” on the CNBC crawler an hour before the close. They came to hear singer-songwriter Pete Muller, who was playing at Joe’s to support Dissolve, his fourth studio album. Muller also happens to be a founding father of the modern quantitative hedge fund.

The audience isn’t always this warmed up...

UBS chief’s bad week

It's been a tough week for UBS Australia chief Bryce Doherty, who deleted his account after being tagged in some hair-raising allegations on LinkedIn.
The allegations are utterly unverified, unrepeatable, and didn't last long online. But clearly, they've gotten around, going by the fact that his profile on Bloomberg had, on Thursday, been viewed over 7000 times...

Carl Icahn moving hedge fund to Miami, whether his workers like it or not

Billionaire investor Carl Icahn is moving to Miami next year — and his employees who don’t like it will be let go without any severance, The Post has learned.

Icahn quietly informed the staff of his publicly traded Icahn Enterprises that he’ll be shuttering its offices in New York City and White Plains on March 31, and immediately re-opening in Florida’s Magic City the next day...