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Words related to arbitrage

a kind of hedged investment meant to capture slight differences in price

practice arbitrage, as in the stock market

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In 2002, he went to TD Securities in London as a volatility arbitrage trader.
On 31st March 2003, DrKW announced several new recruits to its Portfolio Trading team including Diane Garnick, as Head of US Portfolio Strategy; Tom Jardine as Head of US Portfolio Trading; John Andretta as a Managing Director and Senior Arbitrage Trader and Michael Brocking as a Director responsible for Global Customer Coordination (all joining the bank's New York office).
and was the first female arbitrage trader employed by the firm.
Walker has also held positions as president of financial services marketing at ICRNetwork, an arbitrage trader and marketing manager at DCNY Corporation and Hewlett Packard, respectively.
Merriman's representative background includes: management of Wells Fargo Van Kasper's Capital Markets area, where he oversaw research, sales, trading, derivatives and syndicate; formation of an equity brokerage and trading operation at Dabney/Resnick/Imperial LLC, which was subsequently acquired by Imperial Credit Industries; management of the equity market neutral hedge fund Curhan, Merriman Capital Management Inc; and employment as a risk arbitrage trader and investment banker at Bear Stearns and Merrill Lynch & Co.
Keating founded and ran the European Equity Derivative Products Department for Nomura International plc in London, was a proprietary arbitrage trader and head of the European Equity Trading Department at Bear Stearns International Limited, London and for the past two years was a principal and portfolio manager in a private partnership investing in microcap companies.