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Crayhill Capital Management names Sloan Sutta as managing director

Friday, August 03, 2018
Opalesque Industry Update - Crayhill Capital Management LP, an alternative asset management firm that specializes in private credit investments, announced today the appointment of Sloan Sutta as Managing Director.

Mr. Sutta will be a senior member of Crayhill's investment team, and his responsibilities will include helping to source, underwrite, structure, execute and manage asset-based investment opportunities, augmenting Crayhill's differentiated approach to private credit.

"Private structured credit investing requires specialized skillsets, and Sloan's deep expertise in the space will be an excellent complement to our investment team's ability to deliver tailored capital solutions to specialty finance companies," stated Josh Eaton, Co-Founder and Managing Partner at Crayhill.

"I am thrilled to be joining such a dynamic team. Crayhill's approach is truly differentiated from other participants in the asset-based private credit space. They aim to uncover uncorrelated investment themes and then combine rigorous asset analysis with their deep structural acumen," added Mr. Sutta.

Mr. Sutta brings over a decade of dedicated private credit investment experience, having spent the entirety of his career in the asset-based, FIG, and real estate spaces. He brings to Crayhill additional expertise in underwriting cash-flowing assets, structuring asset-based credit facilities, and expanding Crayhill's proactive sourcing initiatives.

Prior to joining Crayhill, Mr. Sutta was a Managing Director at Och-Ziff Capital Management (now Oz Management), where he had responsibility for the private structured credit business within the US Structured Credit team. Before joining Och-Ziff in 2015, Mr. Sutta was a Managing Director at Garrison Investment Group, a credit and real estate oriented private equity fund, where he was responsible for specialty finance, real estate and structured credit investment opportunities within the Financial Assets team. Prior to joining Garrison in 2008, Mr. Sutta began his career as an Associate in the Asset Finance Capital Markets group at Credit Suisse, focused on execution of esoteric asset-backed securities issuance transactions. He received a B.A. in Economics from Colgate University.

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