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Lampe, Conway & Co. adds Patrick Keane as chief marketing officer

Tuesday, June 05, 2012
Opalesque Industry Update - Lampe, Conway & Co. announced that Patrick M. Keane has joined the firm as a senior member of the investment team. Mr. Keane will lead the firm’s effort to broaden and strengthen its institutional investor base. Mr. Keane comes with over twenty-five years of investment experience, most of which has been focused in the alternative investment industry. Mr. Keane spent the last three years as a Managing Partner of RoundTable Financial Group, where he served as head of that firm’s business development effort. Formerly Mr. Keane held senior investment and marketing positions at Fox-Pitt, Kelton Inc., Swiss Re Group, Calyon Group and Liability Solutions, Inc.

Mr. Keane will serve as Chief Marketing Officer and will spearhead the firm’s effort to identify key investor partners for its distressed investment strategies. The firm has been at the leading edge of the distressed credit and restructuring market, and has developed an enviable track record in its thirteen years. Patrick comments “I am very excited to be working with an established leader in the small and mid-sized distressed credit market and am fortunate to join such a highly talented group of investment professionals.”

Richard F. Conway, Managing Member said “Patrick’s wealth of experience and industry knowledge has already made him a key addition to the firm’s investment team. We view his appointment as a ramping of our commitment to the distressed credit market, particularly for small to mid-sized restructurings. We believe the next several years will provide tremendous growth opportunity for our firm as the credit markets further deleverage and retrench, which should yield an abundance of interesting and lucrative opportunities for our firm. We are very fortunate that we were able to find someone of Patrick’s caliber to fill this role. I’m confident that Patrick will play a key role in helping us identify key investment partners who share our passion for the distressed credit market.”

(press release)

About Lampe, Conway & Co., LLC
Founded in 1999, Lampe, Conway & Co, LLC is a distressed credit fund headed by Steve Lampe and Richard Conway, who have worked together for over 18 years. The firm has developed an enviable record investing in the securities of financially stressed and distressed companies in the North America. Each of the Firm’s 8 professionals has over 15 years of investment management experience and an average tenure of 8 years at the firm. Corporate website:Source
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