Ex-Bear Stearns, Merrill execs seek $500 million for hedge fund

By Rob Copeland

Thu Nov 29, 2012



Steve Meyer, former Bear global equities co-head, has joined Kevin Robik to form a market making firm while also raising money for a Millennium-style shop.


Steve Meyer, the former global co-head of equities at Bear Stearns, has partnered with ex-Bank of America equity proprietary trading chief Kevin Robik to launch Critical Investment Group, which plans to start a proprietary trading vehicle next year while also raising money for a multistrategy hedge fund, according to people familiar with the plans.

The new venture is a reunion for the duo, who worked together for 12 years at Bear Stearns, and co-founded the firm's structured equity products group. After Bear Stearns imploded in 2007, Meyer joined J.P. Morgan (which acquired the...

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