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Patrick Marshall appointment

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01 July 2015
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Hermes Investment Management, the £30.1 billion manager focused on delivering superior, sustainable, risk adjusted returns to its clients – responsibly, has today announced the appointment of Patrick Marshall as Head of Private Debt and CLOs.

Patrick will be responsible for establishing and building Hermes’ business in the leveraged loan, private debt and CLO markets in the UK, Europe and Globally. Based at the company’s headquarters in London, he will report to Zoe Shaw, Head of Fixed Income.

With over 20 years of debt market experience, Patrick joins from Tikehau Capital where he was a member of the management committee and was responsible for developing the firm’s direct lending activities in London and setting up a CLO program for Tikehau as first time issuer. He was previously responsible for managing the loan portfolios for the US chapter 11 process of the Lehman Brothers bankruptcy and has experience of setting up a debt management business in London during his work at WCAS Fraser Sullivan Investment Management Inc.

Zoe Shaw, Head of Fixed Income, Hermes Investment Management, said: “Patrick’s extensive experience of the debt markets will play an integral role in building on the strong fixed income and credit capabilities already in place. Furthermore, his knowledge and expertise will provide support and insight into the ongoing development of a range of specialist credit capabilities, providing clients the opportunity to invest in hard to access areas of the fixed income spectrum.”

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