MUFG Invests in Leveraged Credit Business with New Hires

Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group (MUFG) hired Jordan Hollander as a director on the company’s high yield credit research team, jointly reporting to Tim Fischer and Todd Bondy, co-heads of leveraged credit sales and trading.

Hollander has 18 years of investing experience throughout the capital structure as well as five years of experience in corporate finance and investment banking. He joined MUFG from Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM) America where he was a senior high yield analyst. Prior to that role, he held positions at Deutsche Bank and Jefferies.

“Leveraged Credit is a pillar of growth for our banking and capital markets businesses, and we will continue to build our capabilities in sales and trading to support both our issuer and investor clients,” Mike Yarian, international head of sales and trading at MUFG, said. “We are excited to welcome Jordan to the team.”

Additionally, Mark Schillings joined MUFG as a director and Sarah Henry and Chris Sym joined as vice presidents on the company’s leveraged credit distribution team.

Prior to joining MUFG, Schillings held various positions at Bank of America and Goldman Sachs covering high yield, cross credit and leveraged finance sales.

Henry joined MUFG’s credit trading team from the Royal Bank of Canada, where she spent more than six years in the capital markets business.

Sym joined MUFG most recently from Mizuho Bank, where he worked in fixed income sales. His prior roles include posts at the Royal Bank of Canada and the Royal Bank of Scotland.

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