Credit Derivatives Specialist Promotes Twenty-two

Feb 10 2006 | 10:14pm ET

Alternative asset manager GSC Partners made a series of promotions in its senior executive team this week. Carl Crosetto, spokesman for the Florham Park, N.J.-headquartered firm, said the move was in line with the firm's previously announced plans to broaden ownership among the firm's employees.

The 10 senior managing directors that were named are: Robert Cummings, Peter Frank, Robert Hamwee, Frederick Horton, Thomas Inglesby, Matthew Kaufman, Thomas Libassi, Christine Vanden Beukel, Andrew Wagner and Joseph Wender.

The 12 managing directors that were named are: Marc Ciancimino, Peter Firth, Seth Katzenstein, Daniel Lukas, Mayur Patel, Nick Petrusic, Philip Raygorodetsky, David Robbins, Harvey Siegel, Edward Steffelin, AlexanderWright and Wenbo Zhu. 

 


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