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Palmer Square Capital expands institutional focus with new hires

Monday, November 28, 2016
Opalesque Industry Update - Palmer Square Capital Management, an investment management firm that provides structured credit, corporate credit and hedge fund strategies such as long/short credit to a wide range of investors, today announced that Brad McClintock has joined the firm as a senior vice president, responsible for institutional and RIA business development.

Brad’s primary focus will be on continuing to expand Palmer Square’s presence within the institutional channel. Brad draws upon his experience in similar roles, including roles in institutional business development for Scout Investments and Reams Asset Management where he was responsible for developing and managing strategic relationships with investment consultants and institutional investors that included endowments, foundations, public and private plans, and Taft Hartley plans.

According to Christopher D. Long, president of Palmer Square Capital Management, “Brad has a very successful track record of developing and enhancing institutional client relationships, and we are thrilled that he has joined our firm. The addition of Brad to our business development team allows Palmer Square to continue our high level of service and address the growing needs of institutional and RIA channels, particularly as we continue to expand upon our recent momentum and growth trajectory.”

“We welcome Brad to the team and look forward to leveraging his experience as we further expand Palmer Square’s presence across the institutional channel.” said Angie Long, chief investment officer of Palmer Square.

In concert with the firm’s growth and disciplined hiring plan, Palmer Square also is pleased to announce the hiring of Laird Boulden as a corporate credit analyst as well as Mike Daniel as a vice president in business development.

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