Wall Street banks have become temporary headhunters for their hedge fund clients, reports the New York Times. Banks always provide extra benefits to hedge funds, including finding office space and raising money for new portfolios. But now, they’ve started a different role, helping those clients find top talent in an effort to secure lucrative hedge […]

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