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Vibrant Capital Adds To Investment, Business Development Teams

CLO investor Vibrant Capital Partners has bolstered its Structured Credit Investment and Business Development teams with two new hires.

Shawn Lim, former Vice President of Corporate Structured Products at Oak Hill Advisors, has joined Vibrant Capital Partners as a Vice President on its Structured Credit Investment team. Lim will be responsible for sourcing, analysing and executing investments in CLO liabilities and equity. Zachary Radler, former Director at GoldenTree Asset Management, has joined Vibrant Capital Partners as a Director on its Business Development team. Radler will focus on deepening the Firm’s relationships with institutional investors across North America.

Rehan Virani, Chief Executive Officer of Vibrant Capital Partners, said, “Shawn and Zach, the latter of whom I worked alongside for several years, are experienced, high-integrity professionals, and our ability to attract individuals with their pedigree demonstrates the strength of the Vibrant platform. We look forward to leveraging Shawn’s credit research expertise and Zach’s global institutional relationships as we continue to develop bespoke investment products within corporate structured credit.”

Kashyap Arora, co-Chief Investment Officer of Vibrant Capital Partners, added, “It is a pivotal time for our industry, with increasing institutional investor interest in the CLO asset class across both primary and secondary markets following its resilience over credit cycles. We are pleased to continue to differentiate our platform and create value for investors.”

Vibrant Capital Partners’ Syndicated Credit team has closed seven CLOs in 2021, including three new issue transactions and four refinancings.

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