NorthPoint Trading Expands To The Lone Star State

Aug 6 2009 | 1:46am ET

Atlanta-based Prime Brokerage firm NorthPoint Trading Partners has recently opened an office in Dallas, Texas, to further expand its presence in the region.

The new office will be led by industry veteran Chip Miller, who joins NorthPoint from Stadium Capital where he was head trader for four years. In his new role at NorthPoint, he will head up both the prime brokerage and the sales trading operations in the region. Miller will report directly to Michael DeJarnette, president of the firm.

“As we continue to expand our presence nationwide, we are very fortunate to have someone join our team who is as talented and experienced as Chip,” says Douglas Nelson, chief executive officer of NorthPoint. 

An industry veteran since 1993, Chip has held positions at Jefferies and Co., Clover Partners and Stadium Capital Management.  He is experienced in the trading, operational and regulatory aspects of the buy- and sell-sides.

NorthPoint specializes in providing prime brokerage services to small- and medium-sized hedge funds. In addition to its headquarters in Atlanta and its new office in Dallas, the firm also has offices in New York, Chicago and San Diego, Calif.


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