Oxburgh's Wolf To Sell-Side

Jan 11 2012 | 10:48am ET

Oxburgh Partners has lost one of its top traders to commodities broker/dealer Marex Spectron.

Guy Wolf was named a macro strategist at Marex, which expanded into cash equities in July with the acquisition of Eden Financial's global markets group. Wolf will offer Marex clients cross-product offering and asset correlation analysis, Financial News reports.

Wolf told FN that he views the job at Marex as a learning opportunity in the inter-linkage of trading across financial markets.

Wolf spent the past four years at Oxburgh and was named one of FN's 40 rising stars under 40.


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