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400 Capital Management adds to team with several hires

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Bailey McCann, Opalesque New York: 400 Capital Management, a structured credit investment manager based in New York has added several new hires following positive returns in 2012. 400 Capital Management was created in 2008. The firm actively invests in the credit markets focusing on residential and commercial mortgage and consumer asset backed securities.

The new additions include Chi Lee who joined as a director for structured credit and CLO strategies. Lee is responsible for sourcing, analysis and structuring of CLO's, structured credit and related derivatives opportunities. Kara Bingham Regan will be the new director of legal and compliance. Previously, Kara was Chief Compliance Officer at Sire Management Corporation, a New York investment management firm. Edward Lee has also joined the firm as a director for residential credit and whole loan trading and is responsible for sourcing and structuring loan and mortgage origination and trading opportunities. Yehuda Graber is the new director for enterprise analytics development and is responsible for design and integration of the firm's various proprietary and third-party analytic, operations and accounting systems.

"The opportunity set in the credit markets and the growth of our business has enabled us to attract highly experienced investment and operations professionals, these new additions further our goal of building a differentiated institutional asset manager in the structured credit sector," sa......................

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