Tuesday 27th September at 3:00pm BST / 4:00pm CEST / 10:00am EDT
European Special Situations Webinar
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Luke Millar joined as Editor-in-Chief at LevFin Insights in April 2021. Prior to this he was a Director and Managing Editor at Leveraged Commentary & Data (LCD), where he covered all aspects of the leveraged finance market for 10 years. He has also worked at IFR’s real-time news service, covering the credit markets.
SENIOR SPECIAL SITUATIONS ANALYST
Glenn joined CreditSight’s in July 2022 as a Senior Analyst focused on special situations. Prior to joining CreditSights, Glenn worked for 2 years at Seaport Global and for 5 years at Commerzbank as an analyst covering high yield and distressed bank loans. Prior to that, Glenn spent 5 years at F&C Asset Management covering European and North American high yield credits. He began his career in 1998 at Donaldson, Lufkin and Jenrette in their New York office as a junior analyst in leveraged finance. Glenn graduated from Binghamton University in New York with a B.A. in history and German.
Kirsten has been a Senior Analyst at Covenant Review since June 2019, focusing on European high yield bonds. Prior to joining Covenant Review, Kirsten was a capital markets specialist in New York and London, focusing primarily on Rule 144A / Reg S high yield debt. She started her career at Cahill Gordon & Reindel, and has worked at Alston & Bird and Weil Gotshal & Manges. Kirsten graduated from Duke University and Harvard Law School.
Sandrine Bradley joined LevFin Insights as a Senior Reporter in June 2022. Prior to that she was a senior correspondent for IFR Magazine, LPC and Thomson Reuters news service, covering the European debt restructuring market and the CEEMEA primary loan market. She was also editor of IFR’s spin off Magazine IFR Buyouts, and started her career in financial journalism as a mid-market reporter and then editor for Thomson Financials’ Acquisitions Monthly Magazine. Sandrine graduated from Oxford University with a BA in Modern History.