12.20.2016

ICG Hires Brian Marshall

ICG.com – New York and London – Intermediate Capital Group (ICG) the specialist asset manager, announces it has appointed Brian Marshall as Managing Director of Business and Product Development for its US capital markets business. His responsibilities will include capital formation, developing and managing investor relationships, and contributing to the development of new products. Mr. Marshall will interact extensively with ICG’s global distribution team.

Mr. Marshall has over 18 years of experience in credit and structured credit markets. He joins ICG from GoldenTree Asset Management where he was Managing Director responsible for raising capital for credit and structured credit alternatives vehicles. Prior to joining GoldenTree in 2013, Mr. Marshall spent 15 years at Barclays Capital and Lehman Brothers, where he most recently served as a Managing Director and Head of Structured Credit Sales. He held a number of leadership roles within the credit business, focused on CLO and structured products origination and distribution as well as complex restructuring opportunities. Mr. Marshall holds a B.A. degree in Economics with distinction from Yale University.

Commenting on the new appointment, Seth Katzenstein, Managing Director, ICG said:

“We are thrilled to have attracted someone of Brian’s experience to join our expanding capital markets business. We continue to see great opportunities in the leveraged loan and high yield markets both for raising new vehicles and developing new strategies. This new appointment is timely

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