Tuesday, 21 October 2014
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Feb 7 2013 | 7:56am ET
New York-based investment firm Global Credit Advisers has hired Jeffrey Dorman as a senior vice president and trader.
Dorman joins GCA following many years of trading credit instruments, most recently at Brencourt Advisors.
Steven Hornstein, chief investment officer of GCA, said, “We at GCA are very happy that Jeff has joined our effort as we continue to expand the depth and experience of our portfolio management team here at GCA.”
Dorman added, “I am tremendously excited to join the experienced team at GCA and to help build on an already outstanding track record.”
GCA is a long/short corporate credit manager focused on high yield assets. The firm—which has approximately $640 million in assets under management—was founded and launched its fund in 2008.
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