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Agecroft Partners announced that Help for Children will be the primary beneficiary of Gaining the Edge – 2016 Hedge Fund Investor Leadership Summit, taking place on December 7th in New York City. Help for Children is a global foundation that … Continue reading
Robinhood, a zero commission stock trading platform, wants job seekers to know one thing: the company is hiring. “We’re hiring like crazy right now,” Vladimir Tenev, co-founder of Robinhood, told StreetID. Tenev described Robinhood as a firm that’s “very different” … Continue reading
Stock analysis site Vuru is getting ready for a big move from Canada to California. The growing startup also wants to beef up its team, and that’s where job seekers could really benefit. “We are hiring,” Niles Lawrence, President of … Continue reading
Six years ago, Pimco was viewed as Wall Street’s savior. The company reportedly asked as many as 10 different banks to let their newly dismissed employees know about Pimco’s various job openings. That strategy was unheard of, but it seemed … Continue reading
New York-based T3 Trading Group is experiencing another growth spurt. The company is hosting an Open House on Tuesday, May 13 at 5:00 p.m. ET at the company’s New York office. The catered event is designed to introduce new traders … Continue reading
Is Wall Street a never-ending cycle of hiring sprees and massive layoffs? Not quite. But with the stock market always in a state of flux and investors always looking for the next big thing, the financial sector never stops moving. … Continue reading
Some have feared the worst for Wall Street after the crash of 2008, but Providence Capital Group’s Tom DePetrillo thinks that the sector will last forever. “If Wall Street survived the last five years, they’ll survive forever,” DePetrillo, author of … Continue reading
Robert S. Kricheff was named senior vice president and a high-yield portfolio manager at credit specialist Shenkman Capital Management. Mr. Kricheff was formerly the managing director and head of the Americas high-yield sector strategy at Credit Suisse.
Tuncay Cevher, a Trader at Soros Fund Management L.L.C. from 2006-2013 recently left and took a Trader position at QFR Capital Management L.P.
Christopher Armbruster left B. Riley & Co., as an analyst and moved to Kayne Anderson Rudnick Investment Management LLC, as an analyst.