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DFG adds Goldman veterans to leveraged loan investment platform

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Alternative credit asset management firm DFG Investment Advisers (DFG) has appointed industry veterans Roberta Goss and Timothy Milton as senior members of the firm’s growing leveraged loan platform. 

“I am very pleased to have my former colleagues join our firm. Roberta and Tim both had very distinguished careers at Goldman Sachs and other top firms, and they are great additions to the team,” says Philip Darivoff, Chairman of DFG’s Board of Directors. 
 
“Roberta and Tim bring a wealth of portfolio management and trading expertise in the loan and high yield asset classes, and we are thrilled to have them on board,” says Volkan Kurtas, DFG’s founder and Chief Executive Officer.
 
Goss has over 20 years of investment experience in leveraged finance. She spent 14 years at Goldman Sachs, most recently as Managing Director and Co-Head of the high yield and bank loan businesses in the asset management division, where she led a team of 20 investment professionals managing close to USD20 billion in global investments across a range of vehicles. 
 
Milton has over 12 years of experience in leveraged finance and structured credit. Prior to joining DFG, he spent eight years at Goldman Sachs where he analysed and actively traded par and distressed loans in the Bank Loan Debt Group.

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