Biography: Elliott Hornblass

The name Elliott Hornblass could be rather shared in London as he is the Managing Director of the Millenium Capital Partners of LLP. He was a graduate from University of Pennsylvania where he received his degree in architecture. He currently holds the position of a Portfolio Manager majoring in credit-related strategies and the heads of all London trades. At the meantime, he is also clutching the board of several numbers of Millennium-related firms, one of them being the KCPS.

Before he formed a connection with Millennium in 2005, he has worked in Cross Asset Management. Within that period of work, Mr. Hornblass established and handled the project of Cross Credit Fund, the European long or short fund of $200mm. He did have several working experience based in London, New York and Hong Kong of seven years at the Salomon Brothers in a various Fixed Income groups.

Elliott Hornblass was a man of great courage. He quit his job in the Schroder Salomon Smith Barney’s, known also as SSSB of the European High team to construct and pave up his own fund management career. He gave up his high present as the leader of European high provide syndicate although he has up to six years of relation with the company. He then adjourned to setting up the fund venture with a former colleague, Joe Manheim. This man was also a manager of distressed debt portfolio in the Salomon Smith Barney but he left the firm to become an adviser for the capital market venture.

Both of these awesome men built up a European debt market with the United States asset manager, Swarthmore Group. As it is based in Philadelphia, it is named to be Swarthmore Europe. This fund of Mr. Hornblass and his part will have two finds, one the broader credit fund and another is the European high provide bonds. He claimed that he saw an incredible pool of opportunities in the European high provide industry and he already had some investors from United States anticipating to get involved. So basically his new venture has been backed by the US. His journey with the SSSB team was an amazing two years and he did establish something high being one of the best underwriters after a little by little slow increase in his job. His leaving has led to the substitute of his position by Paul Young, the co-leader of US high grade syndicate in SSSB.

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