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Head of Morgan Stanley Private Equity Secondaries | 19 years industry experience
Head of Morgan Stanley Private Equity Secondaries 19 years industry experience
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Nash is the Head of the Morgan Stanley Private Equity Secondaries team. With more than 20 years of industry experience, Nash is the lead portfolio manager of MSIM’s funds that are focused on GP-Led Single Asset Secondaries, Ashbridge I (V.Y. 2016, $645M) and Ashbridge II (V.Y. 2020, $2.5B). During his tenure, Nash has either led or participated in <53> GP Led transactions totaling <$4.2B> in committed capital. Previously, he was a member of the quantitative strategy group supporting the Morgan Stanley Investment Management value equity teams. Nash received a B.A. in economics and German from Duke University and an M.B.A. from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
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