One of the most senior officials at the International Monetary Fund will join Paul Tudor Jones' Tudor Investment Corporation in October. Financial Times
reported that Lorenzo Giorgianni, the deputy head of the IMF's policy department, will join Tudor Investment as the chief economist for emerging markets.
IMF is an international organization whose goal is to assist in the reconstruction of the world’s international payment system.
Giorgianni told Financial Times
that he is " following a protracted cooling-off period during which [he has] no access to confidential information and no involvement in any work that could give rise to a conflict of interest.”
With about $13 billion in assets under management, Tudor Investment makes bets on the movement of interest rates, currencies and other economic events.