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Capital Four Further Expands US Investment Team

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Stockholm (HedgeNordic) – Danish credit boutique Capital Four has announced the hiring of three additional team members in New York, further strengthening their US investment capabilities. The three new hires bring Capital Four’s US team to a total of 13 professionals, with Jim Wiant, CEO, Partner and Portfolio Manager of Capital Four US, at the helm.

Capital Four’s US arm, responsible for managing $3 billion across various credit strategies, has bolstered its investment team with the hiring of Jordan Goldstein, Robert Horn, and Deborah N. Freire. “We are very excited to add Jordan, Robert and Deborah to our investment team as we continue to successfully scale and grow our capabilities at Capital Four US,” Jim Wiant comments on the recent appointments. Sandro Näf, Capital Four’s CEO and Co-Founder, further added, “We are very pleased to be adding experienced research capabilities to our established investment team. The Capital Four US business continues to expand and serves as a key component of our investment capabilities.”

“The Capital Four US business continues to expand and serves as a key component of our investment capabilities.”

Jordan Goldstein joins Capital Four from Black Diamond Capital Management, where he worked as a credit investment analyst focused on performing, stressed and distressed loans. He previously held similar roles at Riverbirch Capital and Arrowgrass Capital Partners as an analyst focused on high-yield bonds and leveraged loans. He began his career in investment banking at Guggenheim Securities focused on restructuring advisory. At Capital Four, Goldstein will assume the role of a research analyst covering business services, telecom, and healthcare.

Robert Horn joins Capital Fourr from Farmstead Capital Management, where he served as a senior analyst with a focus on distressed and special situations opportunities across the capital structure. Before that, Horn spent five years in the Commercial Mortgage-Backed Security (CMBS) business at Wells Fargo. At Capital Four, Horn will join as a research analyst to provide coverage for the consumer and retail sectors.

Deborah N. Freire joins Capital Four from Octagon Credit Investors, where she worked as a research analyst covering building products, real estate services, telecommunication & cable, and hardware. Prior to her time at Octagon, Freire served as an associate analyst at Moody’s Investors Services, specializing in high-yield research across various sectors. Freire will join Capital Four as a senior investment associate responsible for covering the software and technology sectors.

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Eugeniu Guzun
Eugeniu Guzun
Eugeniu Guzun serves as a data analyst responsible for maintaining and gatekeeping the Nordic Hedge Index, and as a journalist covering the Nordic hedge fund industry for HedgeNordic. Eugeniu completed his Master’s degree at the Stockholm School of Economics in 2018. Write to Eugeniu Guzun at eugene@hedgenordic.com

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