Stream Capital Hires Structured Credit Specialist

Feb 28 2014 | 5:28am ET

Geneva-based Stream Capital has hired Fabrice Toledano as director covering structured credit.

Toledano has been working in the banking and hedge fund industry for over 12 years in Paris, London and Geneva and was most recently in charge of global macro hedge funds investments at Unigestion in Geneva. Prior to that, he worked at structuring and trading credit and hedge fund-linked derivatives at Deutsche Bank and Credit Agricole Indosuez in London.

“As we are growing and acquiring more market share in the secondary alternative investment sphere, we are very pleased that Fabrice has joined our team,” says Stream Capital founder Robert JC Leach. “The underlying and product type base on which he is developing is broad and ranges from credit structures like CLO, CDO, Leveraged Loans to Equity linked and hybrids derivatives held in any way of note or wrapper funds.”
 
Stream Capital is an independent advisory and execution firm specializing in secondary transfers of investments in hedge funds, private equity and real estate funds. Founded in 2010 and based in Geneva, the firm is also active in capital raising for alternative funds.


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