Trilogy founder Paul Greenberg departs, plans credit launch

By Rob Copeland

Wed Jan 16, 2013


Former UBS and Shumway executive John Dyment on board for hedge fund dubbed Lutetium.


   
  Paul S. Greenberg
A new long/short credit fund is on tap for this spring led by Paul S. Greenberg, co-founder of $1.13 billion Trilogy Financial Partners, according to people familiar with the plans.

Greenberg's new firm Lutetium Capital, named after a rare earth metal on the periodic table, plans to trade in a range of U.S. and Canadian distressed credit instruments, including high-yield bonds, distressed debt, trade claims and leveraged...

ISSN: 2151-1845 / CDC10004H

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