Citadel replaces Boyle with Kurtzman, plans layoffs

October 21st, 2010
| More
After the departure of James Boyle, Citadel LLC has named Brad Kurtzman the head of the firm’s equity derivatives in its securities unit. According to Bloomberg, Mr. Boyle now joins the list of former Merrill Lynch executives to depart Citadel, after Todd Kaplan and Rohit D’Souza both left the firm earlier this year. Mr. Boyle joined Citadel after leaving Bank of America Corp., where he led the equity derivatives trading unit. Mr. Kurtzman, who worked with Mr. Boyle, also came to Citadel from Bank of America, after working for eight years at Merrill Lynch.

Citadel Investment Group, which currently manages $11 billion, was founded in 1990 by Kenneth Griffin. Mr. Griffin started the Citadel Securities unit in 2008, and the unit plans to lay off 12 employees in trading and sales this week.
For Detailed Investor Profiles on these Investors, click below:
Citadel Investment Group
Related People: ; Becket Wolf*; Brandon Haley; David Grossman; Derek Kaufman; Jeff Runnfeldt*; Joe Squeri; Kaveh Alamouti*; Kenneth Griffin; Mark Stainton; Ryan Garino; Steve Weller*
Related Entities: Citadel Alternative Asset Management; Citadel Equity Fund; Citadel Kensington; Citadel Wellington; Equiduct; New Castle Re; Sowood Capital*
Related Article Tags: Investment Management, Fund Manager and General Financial News; Hedge Fund Jobs, Hirings and Firings


More Recent Headlines

Timberland Investment Resources Launches Timber Fund

Marc Lasry’s Avenue Capital Group plans to launch Avenue Income Credit Strategies Fund

The Black Swan’s Nassim Taleb and the Nobel Committee

Former Amaranth Advisors partner Manos Vourkoutiotis joins Nicholas Maounis’ Verition Fund Management

Deloitte unveils new emerging manager platform

Activist Update: Ramius extends Cypress Bioscience offer, Carl Icahn follows Seneca with active ownership stake in Dynergy

Fortress Investment Group’s credit head Peter Briger moves to San Francisco to open new office

Brevan Howard Asset Management plans IPO for BH Catalysts Fund

Clint Carlson’s Carlson Capital gains allocation from West Virginia

Eric Mandelblatt aims to launch Soroban Capital hedge fund with $500 million