NEW YORK, Jan 27- Kevin Turner has departed Ken Griffin's Citadel LLC less than a year after he joined as chief executive officer of the firm's market-making division, a spokesman said on Friday. Jamil Nazarali remains head of execution services and Paul Hamill remains global head of fixed income, currencies and commodities at Citadel Securities.
Jan 13- Citadel Securities, the market-making arm of billionaire hedge-fund manager Ken Griffin, has agreed to pay $22.6 million to settle charges that it misled customers about the way it priced trades, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission said on Friday. "This affected millions of retail orders," said Stephanie Avakian, the acting director of...
The SEC found that between 2007 and 2010, Citadel used two algorithms to execute stock trades on customers' behalf that often gave investors a worse price for their trades, even when Citadel knew better prices existed elsewhere. The SEC penalized Citadel for failing to disclose the use of those algorithms to clients. "This affected millions of retail orders,"...
NEW YORK, Jan 12 (Reuters- Citadel LLC has agreed to settle accusations by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission that its market-making arm misled customers about the routing of their stock orders, people familiar with the case told Reuters this week. Terms of the settlement, including the specifics of the SEC's allegations and the amount of any fine, were...
CNBC's Steve Liesman reports on comments made over the weekend by billionaire hedge fund manager Ken Griffin about tax cuts and Federal Reserve policy.
BOSTON, Dec 20- Investment firm Citadel LLC said on Tuesday that its chief legal officer, Adam Cooper, plans to retire in 2017 and that Shawn Fagan has been promoted to general counsel for its hedge fund business. Cooper, 54, worked at Citadel for 18 years and plans to spend more time on philanthropic pursuits and with his family after he leaves the firm at the end of...
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