Arrowhawk’s Refvik To Join Noble Group

Sep 13 2010 | 11:14am ET

Arrowhawk Capital Partners founder Olav Refvik has been named global head of oil and oil products trading at Noble Group.

Refvik will join the firm later this month, SparkSpread reports. He will remain associated with the Darien, Conn.-based energy hedge fund he co-founded two years ago, after leaving Morgan Stanley, where he was head of the crude and oil products group.

“Olav remains a strategic adviser, equity partner and board member of Arrowhawk,” Kristin Mott, head of investor relations at the $500 million hedge fund, told Bloomberg News.


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