GoldenTree Hires Trivium Co-Founder

Oct 16 2006 | 2:50pm ET

GoldenTree Asset Management has named Michael Meyers, co-founder of Trivium Capital Management, as a partner and portfolio manager. In his new role at GoldenTree, Meyers will focus on global healthcare investments.

In 2002, Meyers co-founded Trivium, where he served as managing partner, portfolio manager and sector head of healthcare. Meyers has also served in various roles at Cowen & Co., Merrill Lynch and Global Biomedical Partners.

“We believe that Michael's bottom up, opportunistic approach to investing is consistent with ours," said Steve Tananbaum, GoldenTree's chief executive officer and CIO. "Healthcare is one of society's greatest challenges and one of the financial market's greatest opportunities. We are enthusiastic about tapping the potential in healthcare equities and debt with Michael as a member of our team."

GoldenTree Asset Management, which has offices in New York, London and Los Angeles, manages a variety of absolute return strategies, including making investments in bank debt, high yield bonds, distressed debt, middle market loans, equities and real estate. The firm manages approximately $7 billion of which $5.3 billion are absolute return assets.


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