Mitigating losses in bankruptcy
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Matthias Neugebauer currently manages the Structured Credit Team within Fitch Ratings’ European Structured Finance group. Prior to this, he worked with the European quantitative research team focusing on model and criteria development.
Matthias joined Fitch Ratings in November 2000 as a member of the residential mortgage-backed securities team (RMBS). In that role he was responsible for rating German, Dutch, and UK RMBS transactions and was involved in criteria development especially for cash flow modeling and structural analysis.
Matthias holds a masters degree in finance and economics from Durham University and an engineering degree from Cottbus University. He recently completed a MS in mathematical finance at Oxford University.
Mr. Jain is a Portfolio Manager at Hildene and joined in June 2020. Prior to joining Hildene, Mr. Jain was Head of Global Structured Credit at Hayfin Capital Management, a $16B private credit asset manager with strategies across Direct Lending, Special Situations, Structured Credit, Leveraged Loans & HY and Private Equity. Before Hayfin, Mr. Jain was Co-Head of Global Structured Corporate Credit & Head of European ABS at Prosiris Capital Management, a long/short credit hedge fund. Prior to Prosiris, Mr. Jain headed European CLO trading for Bank of America Merrill Lynch in London and made markets in US CLOs, TRUPs and ABS CDOs out of Bank of America’s New York office prior to his time in London. Mr. Jain started his career in New York at Merrill Lynch on a Principal Finance desk investing across aircraft, Latin America project finance, future flow securitizations, and structured products including CLOs, ABS CDOs, Credit Card ABS, and TRUPs. Mr. Jain graduated from University of Pennsylvania with a BSc in Computers and Telecommunications Engineering.