Partner Fund pulls back on credit

By Lawrence Delevingne

Wed Feb 22, 2012

Head of credit Dan Moses is leaving; may launch new firm.

Partner Fund Management, the $4.9 billion San Francisco firm founded by former Andor Capital Management chief investment officer Chris James, has pulled back its credit investments and is no longer managing a distinct credit portfolio, according to people familiar with the situation. The decision resulted in a mutual agreement that the firm's head of credit, Daniel Moses, would leave.



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