Two Quit Napier Park To Join Millennium

Dec 19 2013 | 2:37am ET

Millennium Capital Partners isn’t only hiring SAC Capital Advisors veterans.

The New York-based hedge fund has added a pair of traders from Napier Park Global Capital, formerly Citigroup's hedge fund business. Both Krishnan Sadasivam and Alex Shaw joined Millennium earlier this month.

Sadasivan joined Napier Park in 2011 after an India-focused hedge fund he was to manage at Brevan Howard Asset Management failed to materialize. A co-founder of KDA Capital, he worked at The Children's Investment Fund before joining Brevan.

Shaw was a global macro manager at Napier Park, which spun off from Citi at the end of last year.

Global macro portfolio manager Mahmood Noorani, formerly of BlueCrest Capital Management, also left Napier Park, in September.


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