From NY Post
Citadel, the $51 billion hedge fund founded by Ken Griffin, is moving its global headquarters to Miami from Chicago, becoming the latest company to leave the Windy City in the wake of the pandemic.
The decision to relocate the headquarters for Citadel, the hedge fund, and Citadel Securities, the electronic trading firm, comes as many employees asked to leave Chicago and move to Miami, New York and other offices around the world.
“I am excited to have recently moved to Miami with my family and look forward to rapidly expanding Citadel in a city so rich in diversity and abounding with energy,” Griffin wrote to employees announcing the planned move in a note seen by Reuters. “Miami is a vibrant, growing metropolis that embodies the American Dream.”
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