Cantor Building Out Whole Loan Sales & Trading

Cantor Fitzgerald hired Gary Wang and Karl Partch as managing directors in whole loan sales and trading. The hires reemphasize Cantor’s place in the whole loan trading space.

George Kok Joins Morgan Stanley CMBS Team

George Kok is set to join Morgan Stanley as a managing director in the bank’s commercial real estate lending group.

SFIG Launching Women in Securitization at ABS Vegas 2015

The securitization industry trade group plans launch the new initiative, open to both member and non-members of SFIG, on February 8 at its annual conference, ABS Vegas 2015.

How this Summer's Loan Selloff Boosted CLO Issuance

Octagon Credit Investors took advantage of a dip in loan prices over the summer to quickly print a CLO at the request of one of its own investors, using the proceeds to snap up collateral, largely in the secondary market.

Blackstone's B2R Hires Jason Hogg as CEO

Blackstone unit B2R, which lends money to landlords and rental-home owners, has hired Jason Hogg as Chief Executive Officer.



CVC Credit Hires for U.S., Europe

Collateralized loan obligation manager CVC Credit Partners has added four new professionals in the U.S. and Europe.

People on the Move

DFG Taps Goldman Vet, Barclays Bulks Up on CMBS, Ares Adds Jeffrey Kramer and the ASF Retains Mike Williams as Policy Adviser

SFIG Taps Ally MD for Exec Post

The Structured Finance Industry Group’s first executive director hails from an issuer.

3i DM Eyes U.S. CLO Big Leagues

But the folks at 3i DM, the debt management arm of private equity firm 3i Group, believe institutional players, including CLOs, will one day provide the bulk of the financing for European subinvestment-grade companies.


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