The Head Of Morgan Stanley's European Prime-Brokerage Unit Resigned After 15 Years With The Firm

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Martin Byman, who most recently co-headed Morgan Stanley’s European prime-brokerage unit, resigned in February.

An earlier story by Hedge Fund Alert  incorrectly reported that Byman “had been let go by Morgan Stanley last month.”

Byman, who was a Managing Director at the bank, has been with the firm for 15 years, and ran the European desk with Warren Holmes.

Holmes will now take over Byman’s duties.

Byman was formerly an associate at the New York law firm Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison, and directly before Morgan Stanley, he was General Counsel of Odyssey Partners. He graduated from Cornell.

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