Thames River Adds Deephaven, Zwirn Credit Trader

Jan 21 2010 | 1:01pm ET

More than a year after shuttering a credit hedge fund, Thames River Capital is rebuilding its credit desk.

The London-based hedge fund has added Dahlia Verjee to its credit team. Verjee joins from Deephaven Capital Management, where she was a principal trader. Deephaven closed last January after selling its assets to Stark Investments.

Before joining Deephaven, Verjee worked at D.B. Zwirn & Co.’s fixed-income desk.

Thames River currently managed more than US$1 billion in credit assets.


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