Old Hill Beefs Up Structured Finance Team

Jul 21 2006 | 5:32pm ET

Hedge fund firm Old Hill Partners is beefing up its structured finance team, bringing on Brian Schwartz as a commercial mortgage-backed securities trader. Schwartz joins Old Hill from RBS Greenwich Capital, where he served as a CMBS trader.

Jason Libby, who had overseen both commercial real-estate whole loan and securitized investments, has been promoted to head of the structured finance group at Darien, Conn.-based firm, and will focus exclusively on whole loan and other collateralized financing investments.

Old Hill Partners was founded in 1996 and runs five funds with more than $500 million in assets. The firm specialized in investing in highly collateralized fixed-income assets.


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