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Jun 17 2014 | 8:27am ET
The former SAC Capital Advisors has made one of its first major hires since pleading guilty to insider-trading and becoming a family office.
The firm, now known as Point72 Asset Management, named Seiji Onoe its head of Japan, Bloomberg News reports. Onoe, who joins from Goldman Sachs, begins at Point72 next month.
Onoe worked at Goldman’s prime brokerage business in Tokyo. He spent 10 years at the bank.