Leveraged-Credit Expert Cautiously Optimistic On 2006

Dec 15 2005 | 5:32pm ET

By Deirdre Brennan

Roger Gordon, one of the managing members and founders of Chicago-based hedge fund Quarry Point Partners, which launched two multi-strategy, leveraged-credit funds in May of this year, is cautiously optimistic for 2006. The former head of global high-yield research at Goldman Sachs believes that it will be a tough year to make money in the leveraged loan and bond markets, but that there is, in fact, money to be made.


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