Brevan Howard to exploit high yield “sweet spot” with new fund
By Lawrence Delevingne
Tue Jun 5, 2012
David Warren’s second vehicle expands the firm’s reach into a hot market.
David Warren is betting investors will listen to his bullish
credit calls—and wait a little longer for them to be
Warren (Photo: Bloomberg)
Warren manages about $4 billion in corporate credit and
mortgage and asset backed securities at DW Investment
Management in New York, which runs money exclusively for
$34.2 billion London-based Brevan Howard Capital Management.
He’s adding to that with the March 1 launch of his
second vehicle, the Brevan Howard Credit Value Fund.
Unlike the existing Brevan Howard Credit Catalysts fund, the
new offering will...
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