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Aug 20 2012 | 12:22pm ET
Moore Capital Management may be returning some $2 billion to investors amidst a drought of investment opportunities, but it's still boosting its capacity for finding those opportunities.
New York-based Moore has hired Stephen Hull for its London office. Hull spent the previous year working at Brevan Howard Asset Management, which he joined last year from Morgan Stanley.
At the bank, Hull was head of global foreign exchange strategy.
Hull started at Moore on Aug. 1, Bloomberg News reports.
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