Orchard Global Asset Management is an investment manager with a focus on structured credit and special opportunity lending. The firm also manages public fixed income assets. As of the end of March 2018, it managed US$7.6 billion in assets. Jeon was formerly the director of Korea Institutional Sales at MUFG Securities Asia. Prior to that, he was an investment banker at Barclays Capital in Seoul and Hong Kong. Jeon also held positions with Citigroup and Fidelity International.
Danny Jeon joins orchard global asset management
Orchard Global Asset Management has appointed Danny Jeon as the Executive Director and Head of Client Solutions-Korea, leading a newly opened liaison office in Seoul. Jeon will be responsible for driving the firm’s commitment to Asia. Danny Jeon will report to Orchard Global Asset Management’s senior leaders David Burke and Jason Tan. The newly appointed executive will join the firm from Barclays Capital where he served as director of institutional sales.
He will be responsible for accelerating the company’s investment in Asia, where the firm has a presence for over 10 years. He will also work with the global team to target institutional investors in the region, especially in Singapore and South Korea. Jeon will report to Jason Tan, head of Asia Pacific, and David Burke, global head of distribution and investor relations in New York. However, his role is far from intangible.
David Burke joins firm as global head of distribution and investor relations
Orchard Global Asset Management has hired David Burke as its new head of distribution and investor relations. Previously, Burke worked at MKP Capital as chief client officer. He has over three decades of financial services experience, including positions at Merrill Lynch, BNP Paribas, and DEPFA Bank. He will report to Orchard CEO and President Paul Horvath.
In addition to managing funds, Burke is responsible for the firm’s distribution and investor relations. He will focus on expanding the firm’s business in Asia, where the firm has been present for more than a decade. Jeon will work with a global team to target institutional investors in South Korea, Japan, and Singapore. He will report to David Burke, global head of distribution and investor relations.
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Orchard Global Asset Management recently announced the appointment of David Burke as the firm’s new Global Head of Distribution and Investor Relations. Burke will oversee the firm’s sales, client services, and investor relations functions. He will also oversee communications and public affairs. He will report to Paul Horvath, the firm’s CEO. He previously held various roles at Merrill Lynch and BNP Paribas. In addition, he is a managing director at the Milken Institute.
Orchard Global is an alternative asset management firm with offices in Europe, Asia, and the United States. The firm’s main services are structured credit, opportunistic lending, and opportunistic fixed-income investments. The firm aims to profit from market inefficiencies while simultaneously generating strong cash-flows for clients. Its assets under management total more than $8 billion. The firm is registered with the SEC and is headquartered in New York.
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