Euro. Energy Trading Chief Out At Citadel

May 22 2007 | 10:04am ET

Karl Robijns, head of European energy trading at Citadel Investment Group, has resigned, the firm said today. A Citadel spokesman confirmed that Robijns, who joined the firm two years ago, was no longer with Citadel, but declined further comment.

Robijn’s departure was first reported in the Chicago Tribune this morning.

Chicago-based Citadel is one of the largest hedge fund managers in the world, with roughly $13.5 billion in assets.


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