Former Polygon Credit Heads to launch Warwick Capital Partners with $100m+

May 24th, 2010
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Alfredo Mattera and Ian Burgess, both former heads of credit operations at Polygon Investment Partners, are preparing a European distressed and special situations hedge fund, according to the Financial News. Due to launch its first fund by August 2010, the new firm is called Warwick Capital Partners and has already received $100 million in seed money from American firm Cyan Management Group.

Warwick Capital has also hired Matthew Coleman, formerly of James Caird Asset Management, to be chief operating officer. Mr. Mattera and Mr. Burgess both left Polygon in 2009, after the firm took major losses due to the credit crunch.
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Polygon Investment Partners
Warwick Capital Partners
James Caird Asset Management
Related People: Ian Burgess; Alexander Jackson; Alfredo Mattera; Bo Bazylevsky; John Demaine; Matthew Coleman; Reade Griffith; Robert Miller; Tim Leslie
Related Entities: James Caird Capital; JCAM Credit Opportunities Fund; JCAM Global Fund; Moore Capital Management; The James Caird; James Caird Asset Management LLP; Kings Road Investments; Moore Credit Fund*; Polygon Credit Income; Polygon Debt Holdings; Polygon Global Opportunities; Warwick Capital
Related Article Tags: Multi-Strategy, Long Short, Equity, Debt and Global Macro Hedge Fund News; Hedge Fund Jobs, Hirings and Firings; Hedge Fund Launches and Hedge Fund Closings


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