Research Firm Hires Telecom Analyst

KDP Investment Advisors, an independent research outfit, has snapped up Patrick Bonebrake, director in the media and entertainment group at FleetBoston Financial, as assistant v.p. in high-yield.

  • 23 Dec 2004
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KDP Investment Advisors, an independent research outfit, has snapped up Patrick Bonebrake, director in the media and entertainment group at FleetBoston Financial, as assistant v.p. in high-yield. King Penniman, president of KDP in Montpelier, Vt., said Bonebrake replaces Eric Tutterow, group v.p. in high yield. He left to join Fitch Ratings this fall (BW, 11/22).

Bonebrake will cover the telecom sector and may eventually take over media companies, added Penniman. KDP is still looking for a generalist to take over industrials, as well as some other areas. Bonebrake did not return a call by press time.

Looking ahead, Penniman said KDP is working on delivering new research products related to the growing use of credit-default swaps. He expects to make additional hires to increase coverage of the CDS market.

  • 23 Dec 2004

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