Hutchin Hill Hires Two

May 31 2012 | 2:34am ET

Hutchin Hill Capital has made a pair of key hires as it seeks to expand its macro trading.

The New York-based firm added Omar Saeed to cover macro and derivative strategies, ValueWalk reports. And in July, Jim Saparo is set to join the firm.

Saeed was most recently a partner at Eton Park Capital Management. Saparo is head of proprietary trading at the Royal Bank of Canada.

Hutchin Hill, founded four years ago by former SAC Capital Advisors manager Neil Chriss, returned 2.65% in April, according to ValueWalk.


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