A money management subsidiary of NationsBank Corp. was thrown into turmoil last Friday after its chief executive and several officers quit to start a rival company.

Terence W. Collins, the former president of ASB Capital Management, left the Washington-based company and set up his own firm, Columbia Partners, nearby. Joining him were Closson L. Vaughan, ASB's fixed-income director, and six staff members.

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