Mr. Reynolds will look at the interplay of the systemic risk factors in the market and where that flows back into the high yield markets and the prospects for that market in the spectrum of risk between high grade and equities. We consider the yield curve, the need for cash income, and the total return factors that come into play.
Mr. Dineen will address the challenging trading and liquidity environment for the credit markets and its impact on investment decisions.
Glenn L. Reynolds CFA, Founding Employee / Chief Executive Officer, CreditsSights
Glenn Reynolds is the CEO of CreditSights, an independent credit research firm that primarily focuses on the credit markets but also serves a range of equity-oriented clients and corporate risk managers. The company has grown to 125 employees since its founding in September 2000, with main offices in New York, London, and Singapore. Previously, Reynolds was a Managing Director at Deutsche Bank, serving in a number of roles including Director of Global Credit Research and Head of Global Credit Strategy from 1997 to 2000. He also was a Managing Director at Lehman Brothers, where he worked in a variety of positions from 1986 to 1997 including Director of Global Credit Research and Chief Credit Officer. Reynolds started his credit career on the buy side at Prudential Insurance in Newark after working for Deloitte Haskins & Sells as a CPA. Reynolds has testified before various Senate and House Committees and the SEC on credit-related topics including the Enron collapse, the automotive industry restructuring, and credit rating agency reform.
Michael Dineen, Vice President/Portfolio Manager for Atlantic Asset Management, LLC
|Event Title||Systemic vs. Fundamental Risk and the High Yield Asset Class|
|Start Date||March 01, 2012|
|Start Time||12:00 p.m.|
|End Date||March 01, 2012|
|End Time||01:30 p.m.|
|Timezone||Eastern standard time|
|Location||Hope Club, Providence, RI|
|Registration||Those interested in attending are to contact: John Mattera at firstname.lastname@example.org.|