Greg Kaldor has joined one of the world's largest hedge funds, Millennium, this month, according to market sources.

Millenium was founded in 1989 and managed approximately $379 billion in assets as of February 1, 2019.

The company has more than 2,800 employees with offices in the United States, Europe, and Asia.

Millennium says that its specialized divisions have built the firm’s core platform, which enables the trading teams to pursue their unique investment strategies independently while operating within one centrally-driven risk and operational framework.

Kaldor moved to the firm from investment management firm Phillimore Investments.

He was a Macro Strategist at the Greenwich-based company for more than one year.

Prior to that, he worked in macro equity strategy and global alpha trade expression (MEGA) at Bank of America Merrill Lynch for nine years from 2010.

Long career

Kaldor’s career began at Bank of America in 1985. He held various trading, strategy, and sales roles at the firm in Sydney, New York, and London and served as a Managing Director FX Trading at the bank until 2008.

He also worked in Hedge Fund Sales, Fixed Income, Currencies, and Commodities at Dresdner Kleinwort for over one year and as a Trader at Gelber Group, constructing systematic FX trading models.

Gelber Group is a firm providing technology management and services. It offers a variety of discretionary, automated, and systematic trading strategies for individual professional traders, trading groups, and institutions.

Greg Kaldor has joined one of the world's largest hedge funds, Millennium, this month, according to market sources.

Millenium was founded in 1989 and managed approximately $379 billion in assets as of February 1, 2019.

The company has more than 2,800 employees with offices in the United States, Europe, and Asia.

Millennium says that its specialized divisions have built the firm’s core platform, which enables the trading teams to pursue their unique investment strategies independently while operating within one centrally-driven risk and operational framework.

Kaldor moved to the firm from investment management firm Phillimore Investments.

He was a Macro Strategist at the Greenwich-based company for more than one year.

Prior to that, he worked in macro equity strategy and global alpha trade expression (MEGA) at Bank of America Merrill Lynch for nine years from 2010.

Long career

Kaldor’s career began at Bank of America in 1985. He held various trading, strategy, and sales roles at the firm in Sydney, New York, and London and served as a Managing Director FX Trading at the bank until 2008.

He also worked in Hedge Fund Sales, Fixed Income, Currencies, and Commodities at Dresdner Kleinwort for over one year and as a Trader at Gelber Group, constructing systematic FX trading models.

Gelber Group is a firm providing technology management and services. It offers a variety of discretionary, automated, and systematic trading strategies for individual professional traders, trading groups, and institutions.