Energising returns

Energy trading

The fallout from the energy crisis in 2001, which crippled major energy trading firms such as Enron, Mirant and Dynegy, left many talented traders and quants looking for jobs. Many of these went on to set up their own trading shops, while others joined larger, established hedge funds.

Jon Arnold was vice-president of the natural gas derivatives desk at Enron until 2002, before setting up Centaurus, a $230 million fund based in Houston. “There has been a huge amount of risk capital

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At a Risk.net webinar in association with capital markets technology provider Numerix, panellists discuss the potential for increased adoption of the public cloud to boost investment performance, its impact on risk management and overcoming barriers to…

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