A half decade (plus two weeks) after a skeptical jury found Ted Sihpol
not guilty of helping Canary Capital Partners
make after market hour close trades in mutual funds (for that day's NAV no less), his former boss has a new, plump gig.
reports that Charles Bryceland
has signed on as a principal at Bessemer Trust.
The job is similar to the one Bryceland held at Bank of America when he praised that bank's relationship with Edward Stern and Canary Capital as "a tremendous example of leveraging the franchise."
Bryceland was subsequently fired along with Sihpol, who directly handled the relationship with Stern (see MFWire.com, September 11, 2003
). Bryceland was never charged with a crime.
After leaving BofA, Bryceland started a high net-worth consultancy before working for Fieldpoint Private Bank & Trust.
Sean Hanna, Editor in Chief
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