BlueMountain Names Teichholtz as Head of Global Governments & Agency MBS

Feb 20 2018 | 2:04pm ET

BlueMountain Capital Management, LLC (BlueMountain) today announced that Colin Teichholtz has joined the firm as head of global governments & agency MBS.

Teichholtz will be primarily responsible for building BlueMountain’s investment capabilities in interest rate products, with an initial focus on the government debt of the U.S., Europe, Asia and emerging markets, as well as U.S. agency mortgage-backed securities and other related fixed income markets.

Teichholtz will report to Andrew Feldstein, co-founder and Chief Investment officer of BlueMountain Capital.

Before joining BlueMountain, Teichholtz was a partner and member of the Executive Committee at Pine River Capital, where he launched and managed multiple successful investment teams across a broad array of fixed-income and relative value strategies. Currently, he is also a member of the advisory council of the U.S. Treasury’s Office of Financial Research.

“Colin’s expertise from more than 25 years of successful trading and investing in U.S., Asian, European and emerging markets will be a major asset for BlueMountain and, even more importantly, our clients, “We’re thrilled to welcome Colin to the BlueMountain team,” Feldstein said in a statement.

Founded in 2003, BlueMountain Capital Management, LLC is a diversified alternative asset manager managing more than $21 billion of assets. The firm operates a collaborative, multi-disciplinary platform, investing in strategies across major asset classes.

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