Tudor veteran Andrew McMillan Taps Singapore Lawyer to Head Stewart Asia Investment Ltd

March 4th, 2013
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Former Tudor Investment Corp trader, Andrew McMillan, has tapped the head of a leading Singapore law firm as the CEO for his new his new venture, Steward Asia Investment Ltd. According to Bloomberg, Amy Lee, the current head of Hogan Lovells Lee & Lee and non-executive director of Clifford Capital Pte Ltd, joins the new commodity hedge fund with Craig Mitchell, formerly of The Capital Group Companies of Los Angeles.

Andrew McMillan is expected to draw more talent from Tudor Investment Corp with the apparent blessing of his former boss, Paul Tudor Jones, who has indicated he will invest in the new venture.
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Tudor Investment Corporation
Related People: James Pallotta*; Paul Tudor Jones, II
Related Entities: Altar Rock*; BVI Global Fund Ltd; Raptor Global*; Tudor Investment Corp; Tudor Investments; Tudor Momentum Futures Fund; Tudor Tensor
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