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Imperial Capital Hires New Head Distressed and Special Situations Strategy

December 07, 2020, 08:55 AM

Imperial Capital Group, LLC (“Imperial Capital”) announced the hiring of Amer Tiwana who will be charged with leading its sales & trading desk analysis strategy in distressed and special situations. Mr. Tiwana, an investment analyst with nearly 20 years on Wall Street, is based in Stamford, CT and reports to Tim Sullivan, President of Imperial Capital. This new hire is part of Imperial Capital’s efforts to expand and deepen its alternative credit strategy which provides distressed and esoteric asset solutions to institutional investors in the U.S. and the EEA.

“With distressed and special situations becoming an important focus for us and the institutional investor community, we hired Amer Tiwana to lead our sales and trading desk analysis efforts in this area,” said Tim Sullivan, President of Imperial Capital. “Amer joins Imperial with extensive credit analysis experience and an established track record within both the US and European markets, further distinguishing Imperial as a global leader in distressed and special situations analysis.”

Amer Tiwana joins Imperial Capital as a Managing Director, Head of Distressed & Special Situations Strategy in the Credit Sales & Trading Group based in Stamford, CT. Prior to joining Imperial Capital, Mr. Tiwana was a Managing Director with Cowen/CRT for nearly 15 years where he focused on stressed/distressed opportunities across the entire capital structure, event-driven/special situations including M&A and Spin-offs, and post reorganized equities. Mr. Tiwana began his career as an Equity Analyst at the Hedge Fund Morgens, Waterfall and Vintiadis & Co. in New York. He earned a Bachelor of Arts from Bowdoin College.

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