Halcyon Adds Co-Head Of European Research

May 2 2007 | 9:41am ET

Halcyon Structured Asset Management is aiming to strengthen its position in the European marketplace with the appointment of Isidro Fernandez as co-head of European research.

Fernandez will be based in London and work alongside Khing Oei, an ex-Goldman Sachs proprietary trader who is heading the firm’s European research effort.

Before joining HSAM—an affiliate of $10 billion hedge fund firm Halycon—Fernandez was the head of credit products and trading at Caja Madrid, where he specialized in structured credit products and leveraged loan/credit derivatives trading.

Ex-Goldman Sachs proprietary trader Steven Mandis heads HSAM, which manages over $4.5 billion in assets.


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