Global credit, litigation and distressed investment leader for nearly 12 years (research head at Miller Tabak Roberts Securities 2006-2010, portfolio manager at Pine River Capital and Advent Capital 2010-2016), including dozens of litigation-intensive investments and trading opportunities. Corporate finance lawyer and analyst 1998-2006. Univ. of Chicago JD, Univ. of Cal. Berkeley BA.
Distressed and special situation investor with a longtime residential and commercial real estate focus with firms such as Nomura and a distressed real estate affiliate of Paloma Partners. He managed over $100 million of iStar loans and was a key member of the lender group which navigated it around bankruptcy risk triggered by condo and land loan defaults. Other real estate casework includes the bankruptcy of GGP and special situation/distressed investments in Capmark, Realogy, Hilton, and Maguire. Columbia Univ. MBA, Univ. of Pennsylvania BA. JF@Dundon.com/917-669-5963.
Former credit analyst and trader at Barclays, Credit Suisse, and Pine River Capital. Princeton BA.
Veteran investment and finance adviser in China with deep corporate and governmental relationships. Co-founder of COFACE China, one of the pioneers of Chinese export credit finance. Beijing native with a combined Chinese and Western education (MBA from Western University in Ontario, Canada).
Economist, attorney and credit analyst with over 25 years of industry and academic experience. Currently faculty at Molloy College School of Business, formerly counsel and senior legal and special situations analyst with GMP Securities, F&D Reports, SBZ, MAK Capital, and Litespeed, and faculty at St. John’s University. PhD, JD and BA SUNY Buffalo.
Portfolio manager, investment consultant and attorney with a specialty in Russia, Eastern Europe and German-speaking Europe. Previously with Cadwallader and Wilson Sonsini law firms. JD Univ. of Chicago Law School, BA Middlebury College.
Expert in going-concern and restructuring real estate investment. BS Univ. of Pennsylvania (Wharton), MBA Columbia.