Man GLG poaches Himanshu Gulati from Perry Capital to head up Distressed strategy

February 19th, 2015
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Himanshu Gulati has been anointed as the head of London-based Man Group's GLG unit to manage their distressed investment focused hedge fund. According to Reuters, Gulati, who hails from Perry Capital will bring almost nine years of experience as a managing partner for Perry Capital’s Distressed Credit and Special Situations investments to Man’s Group GLG.

Prior to Perry Capital, Himanshu Gulati held a prior role at Merrill Lynch within the Leveraged Finance division. Gulati will report to Man GLG’s co-CEO Mark Jones.
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GLG Partners
Man Group plc
Perry Capital
Related People: ; Emmanuel "Manny" Roman; Emmanuel Roman; Jason Mackay*; John White; Jon Aisbitt; Mark Jones; Noam Gottesman*; Paul Leff; Pierre Lagrange; Richard Perry; Teun Johnston
Related Entities: AHL; BlueCrest Capital Management; GLG Alpha Select Fund; GLG Partners; GLG Partners Inc; GLG UK Growth; GLG UK Income; GLG UK Select; Man Global Strategies; Man Investments; Perry Corp.; Perry Partners
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