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Warrington Asset Management separates from Morgan Stanley

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Warrington Asset Management, which was an independent but affiliated asset management group within Morgan Stanley (and predecessors) for the past 18 years, has finalised its separation from the bank and is now open as an alternative asset management advisor to a new set of prospective clients. 

Recent regulatory changes stemming from the financial crisis led Warrington and Morgan to re-evaluate their long standing relationship and to allow Warrington to expand its business outside of the Morgan Stanley Wealth Management network.

Dallas-based Warrington is headed by principal trader Scott Kimple, a third-generation Texan, who launched the fund in 1997. In moving the firm outside the bank, he and his long-time assistant portfolio manager Mark Adams have been building a team of industry experts, including the addition of COO Greg Fomin, formerly of Blue River Partners and Hunt Financial Ventures. Warrington achieved a compounded annualized return of approximately 11% over 18 years, but prior to this year was only available for investment to Morgan Stanley (and predecessor firms) customers.

Although he’s been trading client assets for over 25 years, Mr. Kimple is eager to offer his services to a new clientele made up of family offices, high net worth individuals, and institutional firms. Warrington also has constituted an advisory board so far made up of industry experts, such as Ken Webster, former President and COO of John Henry & Co., and Peter Borish, a long-time CTA and hedge fund manager who began his career as Paul Tudor Jones’ right-hand man and Director of Research in the early 1980s.

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