Billionaire Steven A. Cohen is reorganizing the equities business of his Point72 Asset Management investment firm into seven units to improve accountability. The seven units, organized along industry and geography lines, will each be run by a sector executive, according to a memo sent to employees today from Point72 President Douglas Haynes. The executives will supervise all money managers within their unit and be assisted by a sector executive officer overseeing the group’s analysts, the memo said. Each unit will have officers overseeing compliance, risk and research. The changes are effective immediately. [Bloomberg]
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