October 26, 2021
Senior Derivative Salesperson
The Hedge Fund Journal has named Layla Royer to its list of the 50 leading women in hedge funds.
The Hedge Fund Journal noted that Citadel Securities has been featured on the list multiple times before and highlighted the firm’s efforts to hire and promote more women into senior roles.
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