Libertas Looks to Open In Hong Kong, London

Ferguson, Joy
September 2004
Investment Dealers' Digest;9/13/2004, Vol. 70 Issue 35, p13
Trade Publication
This article focuses on the prospects of expansion of Libertas Partners, a small Greenwich, Connecticut based boutique specializing in high-yield and distressed debt. It is in the midst of a major expansion. Not only is it taking on new hires at its Greenwich office; the firm also plans to open offices in Hong Kong and London in the coming weeks to beef up its non-U.S. high-yield effort. Libertas Partners said it is expanding abroad in order to capture more opportunities for its clients. The international experience of the new hires helped tip the scales in favor of expansion overseas. While the firm's focus will remain in the U.S., its expansion will bring its clients more cross-product and cross-geographical opportunities, Libertas believes.


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