ICG, the global alternative asset manager, today announced the appointment of Adam Gross and Anne-Marie Peterson as Managing Directors within its North American Private Debt team, based in New York. These senior hires continue the build-out of ICG’s global credit platform, with recent additions to both the private debt and liquid side of its business and further additions planned in the near future.
Prior to joining ICG, Adam held a 14-year tenure at Barclays, most recently as a Managing Director within the firm’s Financial Sponsor Coverage team, responsible for large-cap and middle-market private equity clients. Prior to Barclays, he held a number of roles at both Bear Stearns and Accenture.
Anne-Marie joins ICG with over 20 years’ investment experience, most recently at Baird as Managing Director and Head of Debt Advisory, working with sponsor-backed and corporate clients. Before joining Baird in 2017, Anne-Marie worked at KeyBank, as a Managing Director in Leveraged Finance focused on middle-market sponsors. Prior to KeyBank, she held similar roles at Credit Suisse and Lehman Brothers.
Commenting on the appointments, Brian Spenner, Head of North American Credit at ICG, said:
Adam Gross, Managing Director at ICG, added:
Anne-Marie Peterson, Managing Director at ICG, said:
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