Goldentree Adds Partner To London Office

Feb 11 2015 | 12:31pm ET

GoldenTree Asset Management, which manages alternative and traditional asset strategies for institutional and high net-worth investors, has hired Dean Merritt as a partner, heading up European restructurings and turnarounds.

He is based in GoldenTree’s London office and will be working closely with Ted Lodge, global head of restructurings and turnarounds.

“We have worked with Dean for years and are very excited to be joining forces with him in Europe,” said Steve Tananbaum, GoldenTree’s managing partner and chief investment officer. “Dean has a notable record of successful European restructurings, an area which is an important part of our distressed investment strategy; he’s highly regarded in Europe for his roles as financial and operational restructuring adviser, chief restructuring officer and board member.

Immediately prior to GoldenTree, Merritt was a partner at London-based specialist restructuring boutique, Talbot Hughes McKillop. Prior to that he was a partner both in Arthur Andersen's Restructuring Group and in Ernst & Young's restructuring team.

GoldenTree manages approximately $23 billion in assets across a variety of absolute return, long only and opportunistic strategies.

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