Structured Credit debate participants
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Structured Credit debate participants


Alex Bernand (AB) is global head of credit correlation at Deutsche Bank. He was previously at Bank of America as a managing director, where he ran structured credit trading and international investment grade trading.
Jeremy Carter (JC) is a director in Fitch Ratings’ European structured finance group responsible for rating analyses of synthetic CDOs, writing market research, and analysing innovative synthetic structures.
Loic Fery (LF) is a managing director of Calyon, the corporate and investment banking arm of Credit Agricole. He has been global head of structured credit and CDOs since 2001. His responsibilities include structured credit trading and sales and CDO structuring.
Jonathan Laredo (JL) is a partner at Solent Capital, a hedge fund advisor specializing in fixed income. Previously he was head of structured finance at JPMorgan in Europe and Asia.
Alex Chambers (AC) is Euromoney’s fixed income editor.
Hubert Le Liepvre (HLL) is head of structuring at Société Générale’s structured credit group. He has been in the credit derivatives business since 1998, first in Hong Kong then in Paris as managing director of SG CIB's credit derivatives business.
David Littlewood (DL) is a director and founding principal of Cairn Capital, an asset manager and hedge fund advisor. He was previously co-global head of structured credit products at Royal Bank of Scotland.
Cian O’Carroll (COC) is head of European structured credit at Fortis Investments where he has worked for two years. Previously he worked at Lehman Brothers as a senior credit trader.
David Peacock (DP) is head of investment grade and structured credit at Cheyne Capital Management. David joined Cheyne in 2002 from Goldman Sachs where he ran the global synthetics business.
Maurice Salem (MS) was the founder of Wharton in 1993 and is its managing director and chief investment officer.

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