Chenavari Capital Solutions Limited
|Asset Backed Securities Fund||48.83 %|
Loïc Fery is the Founder and Managing Partner of Chenavari Investment Managers. He runs the day-to-day of the firm and has a veto rights at the investment committees of the dedicated strategies. He manages the allocation of the Multi-Strategy credit fund between the various strategies, together with Frederic Couderc. Prior to setting up the firm in Q1 2008, Loïc Fery was Managing Director, Global Head of Credit Markets at CALYON: he was responsible for Credit, Structured Credit & High Yield global activities of the bank. He joined CALYON in 2001 with the mandate to start from scratch Structured Credit and Credit Derivatives activities: in 6 years, he developed a global team (230 people under his management in 2007) and contributed to position the bank among the leading structured credit houses. Loïc Fery started his career in Asia, where he ran Asian Credit Derivatives desk for Société Générale. Loïc was involved in the set-up of several asset-management companies focused on structured credit since 2001. He also co-authored several books on credit derivatives and securitisation topics.
Frederic Couderc Managing Director Frederic Couderc started the dedicated ABS and Structured Finance team of Chenavari Investment Managers (Toro funds). Frederic is working closely with Loïc Fery , overseeing the Structured Finance activities. He also contributes to the investment process of the Multi-Strategy share classes. Prior to joining Chenavari, he was previously a Managing Director Principal of Bear Stearns, where he headed the fixed income sales to Iberia. Prior to that, he worked for 7 years at Natixis as deputy head of Capital Markets for Iberia. During that time, he successfully originated, structured and marketed a large number of Spanish ABS transactions. He started his career at Banque Indosuez in Madrid where he worked for 3 years. He holds a Magistere in Banking and Finance (BA) from the University of Paris IX Dauphine. He is a French citizen and resident of UK and speaks French, Spanish and English fluently.
Benoit Pellegrini Senior Portfolio Manager, European ABS Prior to joining Chenavari Investment Managers to manage European asset-backed strategies (Toro), Benoît worked at Natixis in several positions. As a high frequency flow ABS/CDO Trader for the last six years, he was in charge of managing a multi billion Euros portfolios which implied analysing, modelling, pricing and monitoring a wide range of European structured credit products. He received a Magistere of Sciences in International Economics & Finance (BA) and a post graduate degree in Corporate Finance from the University of Bordeaux IV as well as a graduate degree specialised in Econometrics from Tilburg University (NL).
Daniel joined Chenavari from European Credit Management (ECM) where he worked as an European ABS Investment Analyst. Prior to ECM, Daniel spent 3 years with ING Strategic Trading Platform where he was responsible for modelling, analysing and investing the banks proprietary capital ‘first loss’ and subordinated tranches of European RMBS and balance sheet CLOs. He holds a first class degree in Banking, Finance and Management (BSc.) from Loughborough University and graduated from the ICMA Centre, University of Reading with distinction in International Securities, Investment and Banking (MSc.)
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