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Waterfall Asset Management names two new partners

Waterfall Asset Management has promoted Leo Wong and Keerthi Raghavan to partner from managing director. Both are based in New York office and join the six current partners at the firm. Raghavan and Wong have been instrumental in developing Waterfalls’ high yield ABS trading and residential loan strategies, respectively.

Waterfall Asset Management has promoted Leo Wong and Keerthi Raghavan to partner from managing director. Both are based in New York office and join the six current partners at the firm. Raghavan and Wong have been instrumental in developing Waterfalls’ high yield ABS trading and residential loan strategies, respectively.

Wong has over 15 years of industry experience. He joined Waterfall in 2007 to lead the firm’s residential loan investment and trading activities, most recently serving as Head of Loan Strategies and as a member of the Waterfall Investment Committee. Wong started his career in RMBS and ABS research in Fidelity Investment’s Structured Products Group after earning a BS in Computer Science and Electrical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
 
Raghavan leads Waterfall’s Bond Trading strategy focusing on investments in ABS, CMBS, RMBS, CLOs and Corporates, and is a member of the Waterfall Investment Committee. He joined Waterfall in 2014 from Barclays Capital where he led the firm’s CMBS Research division. Raghavan received a BTech in Electronics and Communications Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology and an MBA from the Indian Institute of Management.

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