Millennium’s Dalban To Join Nomura

May 21 2010 | 9:58am ET

Millennium Management has lost trader Christian Dalban to Nomura.

Dalban is set to start as head of equity trader for Europe, the Middle East and Africa in the fall, Financial News reports. Nomura has been aggressively building up its investment banking operations, hiring some 950 people in Europe over the past 18 months.

Dalban has worked at Millennium Capital Partners—New York-based Millennium’s London business—since 2008. He joined the firm that year as part of its acquisition of Castlegrove Capital Management, a hedge fund he co-founded two years earlier.

Before founding Castlegrove, Dalban was co-head of global equity derivatives at JPMorgan Chase.


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