Mark DeNatale and Scott Bynum have joined CVC Credit Partners, the firm announced. DeNatale joins the firm’s operating board as a partner and will be a senior portfolio manager and global head of trading. Bynum joins as a managing director and portfolio manager.
CVC Credit Partners (“CVC Credit”) today announced that Mark DeNatale and Scott Bynum have joined the firm. Mark joins the Firm’s Operating Board as a Partner and will be a Senior Portfolio Manager and Global Head of Trading. Scott joins as a Managing Director and Portfolio Manager.
Mark DeNatale spent 17 years at Goldman Sachs where he was a Managing Director and Head of Loan Trading, managing risk across distressed, stressed and performing credit. Mark actively invested and traded across the capital structure including loans, bonds, equities and derivatives; he was also instrumental in developing a European loan trading platform. Mark is a former member of the Board of Directors of the LSTA and is a graduate of Boston College.
Scott Bynum spent 7 years at Goldman Sachs where he was a Vice President in the Bank Loan Distressed Investing business. In that capacity, Scott managed research coverage for a variety of sectors and led investments across the capital structure in both public and private companies. Scott also led the hedging effort for the investing portfolio consisting of loans, bonds, equities, derivatives, trade claims, and private financings. Scott graduated magna cum laude from Princeton University with a degree in engineering.
Commenting on these appointments, Steve Hickey, Partner and Chief Risk Officer, said: “I am delighted to be working with both Mark and Scott again. Mark has a truly global perspective and brings extensive management experience as well as sourcing, investing and trading expertise to our growing platform. Scott is rejoining his former colleagues and will add valuable sourcing and investment experience across the credit spectrum. I look forward to working with them as we expand the product offerings at CVC Credit Partners.”