Sjo Vets Rise Again With Last Atlantis Capital

Mar 14 2007 | 12:25pm ET

Irwin BergerFor the past few years, Sjo Inc. alumni Irwin Berger and Stig Ostgaard have surrounded themselves with more technology, people and products than they were accustomed to in their previous careers. The former two-man show hooked up with prop trading firm Last Atlantis Capital in late 2005 to form Last Atlantis Capital Management and, since inception have introduced a slew of futures and hedge fund products. So far, the joint venture has proven a success for both sides.


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