EIM USA Hires New Credit Head

Sep 25 2008 | 10:29am ET

EIM USA, the U.S. affiliate of Arpad Busson’s EIM Group, has named Vincent Matsui as head of credit responsible for all credit-related investment opportunities.

He will report to Antonio Muñoz, CEO of EIM USA.

Prior to joining EIM, Matsui was global head of CDO asset manager ratings for Fitch Ratings, where he chaired manager-rating committees and led a global team that developed over 100 credit manager profiles.

“His depth of experience and global perspective in fixed income markets and structured products significantly strengthens our ability to identify the best credit managers,” said Muñoz.

EIM USA manages over $1.25 billion in assets for institutional investors and family offices.


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