Ex-Credit Suisse bankers founding energy risk advisory firm

Former head of power trading joins at least one ex-colleague to found Scoville Risk Partners

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Glen Swindle, former head of power trading at Credit Suisse in New York, is joining at least one of his ex-colleagues at the Swiss bank to found an energy risk advisory firm named Scoville Risk Partners.

Scoville, named after the famous chilli pepper heat scale, will look to engage in risk advisory, as well as directly helping energy market participants with their structuring, pricing and hedging activities. The firm will be based in New York and does not intend to take on any principal risk

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