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CIFC Adds Rebecca Levy To Investor Solutions Group

Alternative credit specialist CIFC Asset Management has hired Rebecca Levy as a Managing Director in its Investor Solutions Group. Most recently, Levy served as a Senior Portfolio Advisor at investment consulting firm Aksia. Based in New York, Levy reports to Jim Boothby, Managing Director and Global Co-Head of Business Development.

“We are pleased to welcome Rebecca to CIFC. Her expertise in portfolio construction and expansive network of institutional relationships will prove instrumental as we continue to develop customizable offerings that meet the evolving needs of investors,” said Steve Vaccaro, Chief Executive Officer and Chief Investment Officer of CIFC. “We have worked prudently to diversify CIFC’s credit platform and believe Rebecca will be an invaluable resource to our current clients on their investment programs, while articulating our differentiated approach to new investors globally.”

“CIFC has built a well-respected alternative investment platform across corporate, structured and opportunistic credit strategies through a solutions-oriented process and acute focus on risk,” added Levy. “I am excited to help expand the firm’s institutional clientele in today’s low-interest rate environment where investors are seeking the creative, portfolio diversifying credit solutions that CIFC offers.”

Prior to joining Aksia, Levy served as Vice President, Commodities Sales at Goldman Sachs and Vice President, Foreign Exchange & Commodities Sales at Barclays Capital and Lehman Brothers. She began her career at UBS Investment Bank.

The addition of Levy to CIFC’s Investor Solutions Group follows the firm’s recent hiring of Tatyana Machado as Executive Director, Investor Solutions Group. Machado's previous stops include AQR Capital Management and BlackRock.


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