Credit Suisse VP latest to join start-up hedge fund Jain as trader

Incoming trader had been with Credit Suisse for the last five and a half years, based in Hong Kong.

Start-up hedge fund Jain Global has appointed a former Credit Suisse vice president and electronic sales trader to join its ranks on the trading desk ahead of its launch, The TRADE can reveal.

Emily Facchina Fluet joins Jain as a trader working in London under head of EMEA trading, Jeremy Wyatt.

Jain Global declined to comment.

Fluet takes up her new role after serving at Credit Suisse for the last five and a half years, originally joining the bank in 2018 as an analyst.

She later worked her way through the ranks in various electronic sales trading roles, landing her most recent vice president role covering advanced execution services (AES), algorithmic and direct market access (DMA) trading for the Asia Pacific markets in January last year. Fluet parted ways with Credit Suisse in November last year.

Jain Global has found itself in the headlines repeatedly in recent weeks as it bulks out its numbers from all corners of the industry ahead of its launch, which is reportedly planned to take place this summer.

The start-up hedge fund is the product of former Credit Suisse and Millennium Management veteran Bobby Jain.