Stephen Martin Zinser
July 1957 (age 62)
|Alma mater||Cornell University|
|Occupation||Hedge fund manager|
|Net worth||£172 million (2016)|
Stephen Martin Zinser (born July 1957) is an American-born, London-based hedge fund manager.
In February 1999, Zinser co-founded European Credit Management, an asset management firm based in London, with Steven Blakey and Stephen Rumsey. He served as its Chief Executive Officer and Co-Chief Investment Officer. By 2007, the firm had €22 billion of assets under management, when a majority stake was acquired by Wachovia. The firm is now fully owned by Wells Fargo.
In 2015, Zinser founded Roxbury Asset Management, a London-based hedge fund based with US$47 million of assets under management upon its launch, alongside Sohail Malik and Douglas Shaw. He serves as its Chief Executive Officer and Co-Chief Investment officer.
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These days ECM has almost €22bn ($30bn) of assets, which are mostly invested in eurozone debt, ranging from corporate bonds and sovereign securities to leveraged loans.
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