Former Hedge Fund Engineer Receives 3-Year Sentence For Stealing Trade Secrets

Former hedge fund engineer receives 3-year sentence for stealing trade secrets

CHICAGO — A former computer engineer at Citadel was sentenced to three years in prison Thursday for stealing trade secrets from the Chicago-based hedge fund founded by billionaire Ken Griffin. Attorneys for Yihao “Ben” Pu had asked for no jail time for the 27-year-old Ivy League graduate from Boston because he hadn’t caused any financial losses…

Morningstar Investment Conference: Using Annuities In A Portfolio For Added Stability

portfolioOver the past decade, annuities have fallen out of favor with investors. These retirement products became popular in the US during the Great Depression when potential retirees were looking for a secure income stream that would be unaffected by stock market volatility. Q2 2020 hedge fund letters, conferences and more If you’re looking for value Read More