BofA's Hoffman To Hedge Fund

Mar 19 2012 | 11:06am ET

A top bank of America Merrill Lynch trader has left the firm to join a hedge fund.

David Hoffman moved to Tokyo, where he handled short-term interest rates, swaps and foreign exchange options. Now, he'll ply his trade with a  hedge fund, International Financing Review reports.

Prior to transferring to Japan, Hoffman was based in New York.


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