Rotation Capital Names Terry As COO, CCO

Aug 12 2015 | 1:34pm ET

Rotation Capital has appointed former Brevan Howard U.S. Asset Management executive Marshall Terry to the positions of managing director, chief operating officer and chief compliance officer.

Rotation is an SEC-registered alternative asset management firm that invests across capital structures and focuses on credit opportunities and special situations, generally focusing on middle-market distressed, catalyst-driven credit and capital structure arbitrage strategies.

Terry will report directly to Rotation Capital’s founder, CEO and CIO Matthew Rothfleisch. He has two decades of financial, legal and operations experience, joining from South Ferry Capital Management, where he was COO and CCO. Beforehand, Terry was associate principal at eClerx, providing operational and legal risk management consulting services to the firm's buy side clients, and COO at DW Investment Management, a spin-out of Brevan Howard U.S. Asset Management.  

"We are pleased to have Marshall aboard," said Rothfleisch. "Institutional investors today demand exceptional compliance and operational capabilities in addition to strong performance. Marshall's presence provides us with the pedigree and infrastructure that we need to grow."

New York-based Rotation Capital was founded in 2014 by Rothfleisch and is backed by private equity firm Platinum Equity, among others. The company advises private investment funds catering pension plans, foundations, endowments, banks, insurance companies, fund-of-funds, family offices and high net worth individuals. 


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