Boaz Weinstein’ Saba Capital hires JPMorgan Prop’s Maitland Hudson

September 5th, 2011
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Saba Capital Management LP hired prop trader Maitland Hudson away from JPMorgan last month. According to Bloomberg News, Mr. Hudson was previously in charge of JPMorgan’s proprietary trading group’s commercial mortgage backed bonds derivatives desk.

Boaz Weinstein founded Saba Capital Management in 2009 with approximately $160 million in assets under management. The bond-focused hedge fund manager has grown its assets at an astonishing rate since then and Saba now reportedly has $4.1 billion in AUM. Before founding Saba Capital, Boaz Weinstein ran Deutsche Bank’s Saba bond trading unit, which managed approximately $10 billion in capital at its peak.

At Saba Capital, Maitland Hudson is reportedly in charge of trading a portfolio of relative value opportunities.
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Saba Capital Management LP
Related People: Boaz Weinstein; George Pan; Jeremy Benkiewicz; Paul Andiorio
Related Entities: Saba Capital II; Saba Capital Intermediate Fund LTD; Saba Capital Master Fund; Saba Capital Partners LP; Saba trading unit at Deutsche Bank*
Related Article Tags: Multi-Strategy, Long Short, Equity, Debt and Global Macro Hedge Fund News; Hedge Fund Jobs, Hirings and Firings

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