Hyerdale Trader To Otkritie

Nov 11 2011 | 11:56am ET

Russian investment bank Otkritie Securities has hired a hedge fund trader to lead its own trading effort in New York.

Patrick D'Angelo was named director of equity sales at trading in the Big Apple. He joins Otkritie on Nov. 14 from hedge fund Hyerdale Capital, EmergingMarkets.me reports.

"His knowledge and skills will help Otkritie to build upon the momentum the firm has achieved thus far, following on a very strong list of new institutional client 'wins' in the past two years," Luis Saenz, CEO of Okritie's U.S. effort, said.

Before joining Hyerdale, D'Angelo served as head of equity trading at Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein and head of Asian equity trading at Credit Suisse First Boston.


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