BlueCrest Hires Three Traders For Credit Fund

May 24 2010 | 10:25am ET

BlueCrest Capital Management has added a trio of credit traders to its multi-strategy credit fund.

Kharen Musaelian, Darlo Villani and Stephen Waugh will all be based in New York, the Guernsey-based firm said.

Musaelian joins from UBS’ repositioning group, while Villani and Waugh come to BlueCrest from Deutsche Bank. At the latter, Villani worked in global credit trading while Waugh managed its high-yield and leveraged loan index tranche trading business.

BlueCrest manages about US$19 billion. The firm moved its headquarters from London to the Channel Islands earlier this year, citing fears of impending European Union Regulation.


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