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Five years in Alaska forced one-time quantitative fixed-income trader Michael Cook to reinvent himself. Now that Cook is back in London, he's put his new skills to the test with a commodity trading adviser.

Cook, formerly of Hydra Capital Management and Bank of America, and his partner, Anthony Peters, have founded Katmai Capital Advisors. The new firm will launch its maiden program, Commodities+, a managed accounts platform, on Oct. 1.


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