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400 Capital Management LLC Announces Mark Lewand to join as Head of Investor Relations

Thursday, January 05, 2012
Opalesque Industry Update - Mark Lewand has joined 400 Capital Management as a Director and Head of Investor Relations. In this capacity, Mark will lead the firm’s efforts developing and managing client relationships globally. Prior to joining 400 Capital Management, Mark spent eight years with Cambridge Place Investment Management (CPIM), a London-based structured credit asset manager, where he was a Senior Marketing Executive. During his tenure with CPIM, Mark worked in both the US and Europe with many leading global investors in the structured credit and alternative markets.

400 Capital was established in October 2008 by Chris Hentemann, a twenty year veteran of the securitized credit markets. 400 Capital is an active investor in the credit markets and is an investment specialist focusing on residential and commercial mortgage and consumer ABS markets. “We are excited to have Mark join the team. He brings strong relationship skills, as well as the exceptional product knowledge that will enhance the work we have done over the past three years in building a high quality investor base with a high standard of service and transparency,” commented Chris Hentemann.

“There is a tremendous opportunity building on the growth momentum of 400CM,” Mark stated. “I am excited to be able to bring years of client and business development to the team and excited for the prospects of the firm and their strategies.”

ABOUT 400 Capital Management LLC - 400 Capital Management LLC is a fixed income credit investment manager founded by Chris Hentemann. With current assets in excess of $300 million, the Firm manages credit funds for clients with the objective of generating stable, long-term returns leveraging the principals’ extensive industry experience and leading roles in structuring, trading, analytic development and portfolio management across residential and commercial mortgage, consumer asset-backed and structured credit markets. Corporate website: Source
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