Ken Griffin’s Citadel Moving Headquarters to Miami

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Ken Griffin is moving Citadel’s headquarters to Miami, leaving its current home of Chicago. The relocation will affect both hedge fund Citadel and Citadel Securities, the market making business, firm spokesman Zia Ahmed said. Sonali Basak has more on “Bloomberg Markets.”

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