Jane Street Loses Structured Finance Specialist To 400 Capital

May 3 2011 | 4:04am ET

Credit hedge fund 400 Capital Management has boosted its structured finance team with the hire of Jane Street Capital's Todd Leih.

Leih was a senior portfolio manager at Jane Street, a quantitative proprietary trading firm. As at his new job, Leih handled structured finance strategies at Jane Street. Prior to that, he worked at Banc of America Securities on non-agency mortgage credit and derivative strategies.

Chris Hentemann, who founded New York-based 400 Capital, is also a BofA Securities veteran, having formerly led its structured products business.

Leih will work alongside Alex Cha and Kai Fung at 400 Capital, which has some $400 million in assets under management, the firm said.


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