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Crayhill Capital brings on BBT's Hoefer

Thursday, September 13, 2018
Opalesque Industry Update - Crayhill Capital Management LP, an alternative asset management firm that specializes in private credit investments, announced today the appointment of Stefan Hoefer as Managing Director.

Mr. Hoefer will be a senior member of Crayhill's investment team. His responsibilities will include helping to source, underwrite, structure, execute and manage private credit investments.

"We are gaining immediate traction by bringing on Stefan, who we have worked closely with in the past. His special situations, restructuring and fundamental credit investment skills are exceptional and will help to better position the firm as we head further into the credit cycle," stated Carlos Mendez, Co-Founder and Managing Partner at Crayhill.

"Crayhill's asset-based approach to investing is distinctive in the private credit space. The firm's longer-term capital base enables us to respond to opportunities in special lending situations where we can construct creative asset-based financing solutions," added Mr. Hoefer.

Mr. Hoefer brings over a decade of investment experience in corporate and asset-based investments. Prior to joining Crayhill, he was a senior analyst on the multi-strategy team at BBT Capital, where he focused on investing across the capital structure. Prior to joining BBT Capital, Mr. Hoefer was a senior analyst at Magnetar Capital from 2012 to 2016, where he was part of Magnetar's Event Driven Credit team. He also served as a senior analyst at Benefit Street Partners and Anchorage Capital Group, where he focused on distressed debt, equity, private equity and CDS investments since 2005. Mr. Hoefer holds an MBA degree from ESADE (Barcelona, Spain) and a law degree from Universitaet zu Koeln (Cologne, Germany).

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