IACPM Seeks New Director

A trade group that represents credit investors is looking for a new executive director.

  • 21 Jan 2005
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A trade group that represents credit investors is looking for a new executive director. The International Association of Credit Portfolio Managers, based in New York, plans to hire a replacement for Michael Robinson, the former executive director, who left the trade group at the end of the year.

Robinson, who had been in the role since March of 2002, was previously chief administrative officer of LoanX. Prior to joining LoanX he worked at Citibank, Bank of Montreal and Société Générale, where he was managing director and head of Latin American loan syndications.

He told members at its annual meeting in November that he would be leaving, said Gene Guill, chairman of the group and a managing director at Deutsche Bank. Robinson declined comment. In the interim, the executive director spot is being manned by Loretta Hennessey, chairwoman emeritus.

  • 21 Jan 2005

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