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GCM Grosvenor partners with emerging manager Hollis Park

Wednesday, January 07, 2015

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Troy Dixon
Benedicte Gravrand, Opalesque Geneva for New Managers:

Hollis Park Partners LP, a global structured products investment management firm, has started a strategic partnership with GCM Grosvenor, a large global alternative investment manager. Hollis Park launches with significant investment capital from GCM Grosvenor and other institutional investors.

New York-based Hollis Park was founded by Troy Dixon in late 2013, and manages a structured products fund. Dixon was co-head of structured products at Deutsche Bank until October 2013 after almost eight years there – and 20 years on Wall Street in structured products.

He was interviewed by Opalesque last year, when he was working on the launch of his hedge fund. He said Hollis Park would trade of the entire suite of products from Agency MBS through CLO Equity and would never have an allocation of less than 50% agency MBS in order to maintain overall liquidity. The philosophy is that one cannot successfully manage a structured product business with a single strategy anymore, hence the range of products. For this, Hollis Park has portfolio managers with expertise in each one of the product classes. Hollis Park’s investment team also includes Joseph Valentine and Taranjit Sa......................

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