Hedge Fund Firm Global Credit Advisers Adds To Top Brass

Nov 18 2010 | 12:04pm ET

New York-based Global Credit Advisers has named Mitchell Spiegel a managing director and senior research analyst at the long/short high yield corporate credit focused firm.

Spiegel joins GCA following two years at UBS O’Connor where he was a portfolio manager and senior research analyst. Prior to that, Spiegel spent 12 years at Credit Suisse Group and Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette where, most recently, he was a managing director in leveraged finance research.

Steven Hornstein, chief investment officer of GCA, said, “I have known Mitch for 14 years since our days at DLJ. He is an excellent fundamental credit analyst and a great addition to our effort here at GCA.”

GCA was founded and launched its fund in 2008. The hedge fund firm currently has approximately $250 million in assets under management.


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