NEW YORK, July 7, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Guggenheim Securities, the investment banking and capital markets division of Guggenheim Partners, announced today that Andrew Schwartz has joined the firm as a Senior Managing Director and Head of Global Credit. Mr. Schwartz will be responsible for Guggenheim Securities' credit activities covering sales, trading, research and syndicate.
"We are excited that Andrew has joined Guggenheim," said Alan Schwartz, Executive Chairman of Guggenheim Partners. "We have significant momentum in our credit business and Andrew's expertise helping clients access debt capital markets will be a great benefit as we continue to build upon our capabilities."
Mr. Schwartz joined from RBC Capital Markets, where he previously served as Head of U.S. Credit Sales, as well as Head of Investment Grade, Short-Term and Emerging Market Sales prior to that. Before joining RBC, he spent three years at Lehman Brothers as Head of Hedge Fund and Emerging Markets Syndicate within the Fixed Income business. He previously spent 10 years at Morgan Stanley in a variety of areas including capital markets, syndicate, sales and derivatives.
Mr. Schwartz earned his B.S. in Finance and Marketing from the University of Delaware.
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* Assets under management as of 3/31/2015 and include consulting services for clients whose assets are valued at approximately $47 billion.
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