The managing director and partner at Tudor Investment Corporation is slated to join The Federal Reserve Bank of New York after more than 13 years with the Connecticut-based hedge fund firm.
The Bank announced Monday that in Alberto G. Musalem’s new role as executive vice president and head of the emerging markets and international affairs groups, he will be responsible for leading a team “dedicated to fostering international financial stability and expanding international relationships on behalf of the Bank.”
Musalem’s appointment, which was approved by the Bank’s board of directors, is effective January 13. He will also serve on the Bank’s management committee.
With nearly two decades of experience industry experience, Musalem currently heads the research group at Paul Tudor Jones’ $13 billion Tudor Investment and serves on the firm’s management, capital allocation and strategy committees.
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York works within the Federal Reserve System and with other public and private sector institutions to foster the safety of the U.S. economic and financial systems.