400 Capital Bolsters Team

May 29 2014 | 8:34am ET

Hedge fund 400 Capital Management has hired three new professionals.

The New York-based firm told investors that it had named Emir Boydag director of risk management, John Nusbaum director of distressed credit and Tim Lynch director of marketing and investor relations. The additions bring the firm’s headcount to 29, of whom 14 are investment professionals.

“We have succeeded in deploying capital carefully and rotating across all the structured credit subsectors as our capital base and team has grown prudently,” founder Chris Hentemann wrote.

400 has nearly $1 billion in assets.


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