Private debt placement slowed in 2013, but Prudential Capital Group bucked the trend by taking a bigger bite out of the market.
Gregory V. Johnson, a 23-year veteran of Bank of America, joined Global Capital Advisors at the beginning of December.
The business will seek out investment opportunities in the subinvestment-grade and mezzanine debt of middle-market issuers.
Frank Conley, formerly the head of private placements at UBS Securities, left the bank in July.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch held on to its long-running number one spot on the league tables for the first half of 2013, but another bank is nipping at its heels.
National Health Investors
Caribbean Utilities Company
Kier Group plc
Independent Bank Corp.
Jardine Lloyd Thompson Group
Precinct Properties New Zealand
American Assets Trust
Brookfield District Energy
Smith & Nephew
Managing Director of Capital Markets
In the news: Incapital Hires Schechter for Capital Markets Role