DKR Appoints Senior Managing Director

Oct 25 2007 | 10:46am ET

DKR Capital, the $4.2 billion Stamford, Conn.-based multi-strategy shop, has appointed Roger Gordon as senior managing director.

In his new position, Gordon will be focused on portfolio strategy and business development for DKR Wolf Point Management, a long/short, corporate credit and multi-strategy fund that had $121 million in assets under management as of July 1.

Gordon joins DKR from Quarry Point Partners, which he co-founded. He has also held senior roles at Banc One Capital Markets and at Goldman Sachs, where he was the head of global high yield research and strategy.

“We are delighted to welcome Roger to DKR Wolf Point,” said Brian Schinderle, the head of the DKR Wolf Point program. “His extensive experience and strong reputation in the leveraged finance field will be a valuable addition to our team. We look forward to the key role that Roger will play in DKR Wolf Point’s future growth.”

DKR Capital has affiliated offices around the globe and its current lineup of strategies include convertible arbitrage, event driven, merger arbitrage, credit, long/short equity, hedged equity, managed futures, currency and multi-strategy.


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