Intermediate Capital Group has named Adam Goodman as a managing director. Previously, Goodman worked at MetLife where he served as head of mezzanine investments.
New York and London – Intermediate Capital Group (ICG) the specialist asset manager, announces it has hired Adam Goodman as a Managing Director to strengthen its US private debt investment team.
Adam joins ICG from MetLife where he was head of mezzanine investments. In this role, he led the firm’s mezzanine group and served as portfolio manager with responsibility for direct private debt, mezzanine and credit fund investments.
Prior to MetLife, he was Principal at Allied Capital Corporation where he sourced, structured and executed principle investments across the capital structure. Adam’s prior experience also includes Credit Suisse First Boston.
Adam joins ICG’s existing strong US investment team, including Salvatore Gentile, Head of ICG’s US operations, as well as Brian Spenner and Seth Katzenstein, who together are leading the development of ICG’s US credit platform which now has 27 employees and manages $2.7 billion* of assets in private and syndicated credit strategies.
Commenting on the appointment, Sal Gentile, Head of North America, ICG said:
“Adam Goodman has a depth of investing experience, and excellent relationships with private equity firms, advisors, and investors across a range of US private debt markets. We are delighted that Adam has joined ICG and are confident that he will add significantly to developing ICG’s North American investment platform.”