Aaron Armstrong, formerly of Deutsche Bank and Brevan Howard Asset Management, has joined Louis Bacon’s firm in London.
Aaron Armstrong, a former trader at Brevan Howard Asset Management, has left his role as a director at Deutsche Bank to join the London outfit of Louis Bacon’s $14 billion hedge fund giant, Moore Capital.
Armstrong joined Moore from Deutsche Bank in early February. He is understood to be trading multiple asset classes with an emphasis on fixed income.
Armstrong was a trader for Enron, before spending more than four years at Brevan Howard from 2004 through 2008. This was followed by a brief stint as an executive director at Goldman Sachs, before joining Deutsche Bank in June 2009.