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.
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...
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