King Street Capital Management Co-Founder Brian Higgins takes over Head of Trading role

March 27th, 2010
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Brian Higgins, a co-founder of the renowned distressed debt hedge fund manager King Street Capital Management, took over the head of trading role this month. According to MarketWatch, Higgins stepped into the role as previous head Kieran Goodwin retired. Higgins had been head of trading for over a decade before Goodwin took the role for a six year period.

O. Francis Biondi, King Capital Management’s other co-founder and Brian Higgins will both continue in their roles managing the firm’s overall investment portfolios. However, Higgins will now also have the added responsibility of monitoring King Street’s team of 24 traders worldwide.
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Related People: Brian Higgins ; O. Francis Biondi
Related Entities: King Street Capital LP; King Street Capital LP; King Street Capital Ltd; King Street Europe LP; King Street Institutional Ltd; King Street Advisors LLC
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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