Good morning and welcome to Insider Finance. I’m Dan DeFrancesco, and here’s what’s on the agenda today:
- Two Sigma is getting into real-estate investing, and looking to a former WeWork executive for help.
- JPMorgan’s CEO Jamie Dimon predicts employees will be maskless in the office by October.
- Systematic trading firm Vatic just hired a former finance professor to launch a new quant strategy.
JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon wants people back in-person, blaming partying, not the office, for getting people sick. Read more here.
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Quant giant Two Sigma is launching a real-estate investing arm, Two Sigma Real Estate, and tapped former WeWork executive Rich Gomel to serve as its CIO. Click here to learn about its new plans.
Systematic trading firm Vatic is launching a new quant strategy, and it’s hired a former finance professor who worked at Citadel and D.E. Shaw to lead the charge
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Vatic Investments has hired former Citadel and D.E. Shaw quant Allen Poteshman as CIO. Read more about the systematic trading firm’s plans.
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JPMorgan is facing criticism for its decision to underwrite an initial investment into the controversial European Super League. Read more here.
MUFG has hired George Goncalves to lead its macro fixed income strategies in the US. Read more about the hire here.