Ex-Moore Strategist Bond Quits Research Gig, Looks For New Options At Barclays

Jun 22 2010 | 11:00am ET

Is former Moore Capital Management strategist Tim Bond returning to his hedge fund roots?

Bond, who over the past 12 years at Barclays Capital has built a reputation as one of best analysts in the business, will no longer publish sell-side research. But Bond is sticking with Barclays, and will seek to craft a new role for himself within the investment bank.

Last year, Bond began to diversify his role at Barclays, serving as chief strategist for a new global macro absolute return fund launched in February. He was a portfolio strategist at Moore before leaving for Barclays in 1998.

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