Crescent Capital Group LP has hired Kenneth McRay and Glynell Bradley as senior vice presidents in investor relations. Previously, McRay worked at Pinebridge Investments where he served as a senior vice president in institutional sales and marketing while Bradley is the former vice president of U.S. institutional sales-consultant relations at Goldman Sachs.
LOS ANGELES—April 5, 2017—Crescent Capital Group LP, a leading alternative credit investment firm, announced today that Kenneth McRay and Glynell Bradley have joined the company as Senior Vice Presidents in Investor Relations. Mr. McRay will focus on expanding the firm’s business development efforts across institutional investors, and Mr. Bradley will further enhance Crescent Capital’s relationships with consultants and gatekeepers.
Mr. McRay brings more than 20 years of experience in the financial industry. He joins Crescent Capital from Pinebridge Investments where he was a Senior Vice President in Institutional Sales and Marketing. Prior to that, he was Vice President at Deutsche Bank and also served at Rogerscasey and Ernst & Young. Mr. Bradley has 15 years of experience in institutional sales. He previously spent his career at Goldman Sachs, rising to become Vice President of U.S. Institutional Sales-Consultant Relations prior to joining Crescent Capital.
“We are pleased to have added two experienced marketing executives to Crescent in order to meet the growing demand for alternative credit strategies,” said Jean-Marc Chapus, Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Crescent Capital. “As our platform has grown significantly, we continue to make investments in people, oversight and compliance, and technology to provide our clients with the best investment results and client services possible.”
About Crescent Capital
Crescent Capital Group LP is headquartered in Los Angeles with offices in Boston, Chicago, London and New York. With more than 80 investment professionals and approximately 150 employees, the firm invests at all levels of the capital structure, with a significant focus on below investment grade credit through strategies that invest in senior bank loans, high yield debt, mezzanine debt, distressed debt and other private debt securities. As of December 31, 2016, Crescent Capital managed approximately $25 billion in assets, with a relatively equal split between marketable securities and privately originated debt investments.