Moore spin-out Stone Milliner goes solo as major standalone player in global macro space
Fri Apr 20, 2012
Former Moore Capital and Morgan Stanley team have a strong multi-year record of managing risk and generating returns in all market conditions with their liquid and scalable macro strategy run from Zug and London
The spin-out from Moore Capital Management of Stone Milliner
Asset Management, the $1 billion-plus Zug and London-based
macro fund, has created a major new standalone player in the
European-based global macro trading space.
|Jens-Peter Stein and Kornelius Klobucar
Led by co-CIOs Jens-Peter Stein and Kornelius Klobucar from
Switzerland and senior portfolio/trading manager Christopher
Nicoll from London, Stone Milliner's 18-strong line-up
comprises a core investment team that worked together at Louis
Bacon's $15 billion firm for several years - and a business
management team with extensive experience.
One of the largest new hedge fund launches seen in Europe
since the 2008 crash, Stone Milliner span out from Moore in
January to start trading with initial assets of more than $1
billion - including significant seed investment from Moore
The fund is currently open for investment and is attracting
keen interest among global investors at a time of high interest
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