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Former Pequot Strategist Wien to Join Blackstone

Byron Wien will join The Blackstone Group as vice chairman of Blackstone Advisory Services, the investment firm announced Wednesday.

Wien will serve as a senior adviser to the firm, as well as its clients, in helping to make investment and other strategic decisions.

Wien previously served as chief investment strategist at Pequot Capital, before which he worked 21 years at Morgan Stanley as chief U.S. investment strategist.

The Blackstone Group is a leading investment and advisory firm.

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