NEW YORK – Guggenheim Securities, the investment banking and capital markets division of Guggenheim Partners, announced today that Carl Mayer has joined as a Senior Managing Director. Mr. Mayer will focus on the origination, structuring, and distribution of leveraged loans and high yield bonds.
With over 20 years of experience in leveraged finance, Mr. Mayer joins Guggenheim from Nomura, where he previously served as head of both Acquisition & Leveraged Finance and Financial Sponsors Group in the Americas. Prior to Nomura, he was a Managing Director and Head of Leveraged Finance Capital Markets at Merrill Lynch. Before joining the team at Merrill Lynch, Mr. Mayer was a Managing Director in High Yield Capital Markets at Deutsche Bank.
“We are excited that Carl is joining Guggenheim,” said Mark Van Lith, Co-CEO of Guggenheim Securities. “Leveraged finance is a core component of our full-service platform and we expect the combination of Carl’s leadership experience and product expertise will enhance our ability to deliver innovative financing solutions to our clients.”
Mr. Mayer earned his B.S. in Finance from Florida State University and his M.B.A. with distinction from the University of Southern California. He is based in Guggenheim’s New York office.
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1Assets under management are as of 6.30.2016 and include consulting services for clients whose assets are valued at approximately $57bn.