NEW YORK – Guggenheim Securities, the investment banking and capital markets division of Guggenheim Partners, announced today that Nirjhar Jain will join the structured products group as a Managing Director in June. Mr. Jain will serve as Head of CLO Trading for the group, reporting to Structured Products Co-Heads Scott Levy and Eric Voelker.
“We are excited for Nirjhar to join our structured products team and expand our presence in the CLO market,” said Scott Levy, Senior Managing Director. “Nirjhar’s extensive expertise in the CLO space complements Guggenheim’s continued commitment to our clients in the structured products business.”
Mr. Jain joins Guggenheim from TIG Securitized Asset Fund, where he was the Senior Portfolio Manager focusing on CLOs. Previously, he served as Managing Partner at Plus Funding Group. Prior to that he served as Head of Structured Products Credit Trading at Morgan Stanley and held various positions in the Structured Products Trading Group at Deutsche Bank. Mr. Jain began his career at Lehman Brothers in 2002.
Mr. Jain attended the Indian Institute of Technology in Delhi and received his MBA from the Indian Institute of Management in Calcutta. He will be based out of Guggenheim’s New York office.
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