BTIG, a global financial services firm specializing in institutional trading, investment banking, research, and related brokerage services, has on-boarded Drew Doscher as its newest Managing Director and Head of Fixed Income Credit, with immediate effect.
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In his new role Mr. Doscher will be initiating BTIG’s newly launched distressed debt and trade claim business, helping augment the firm’s high-yield and convertible bond capabilities. In this capacity he will be based out of the group’s New York branch, reporting to Anton LeRoy, BTIG’s Managing Director and Head of Fixed Income, Currency and Commodities (FICC).
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Prior to joining BTIG, Mr. Doscher held a number of senior roles at other banks, including most recently as the Head of Distressed-Debt Trading at Jefferies. Additionally, he worked in distressed debt units at Lehman, Barclays, and UBS,
According to Mr. LeRoy in a statement on the appointment: “Drew will be instrumental in enhancing our credit offering and increasing our fixed income client coverage. His distressed-debt expertise complements our distressed equity desk, and will further strengthen the foundation our team has built to date.”
“With a long history in the credit space, Drew is a proven leader. His unique network of relationships and deep understanding of the markets will skillfully serve the needs of our growing global client base,” reiterated Steven Starker, co-founder, of BTIG in an accompanying statement.