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Tom Shandell rejoins GoldenTree Asset Management

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GoldenTree Asset Management, an investment firm that manages alternative and traditional asset strategies for institutional and high-net-worth investors, has hired Tom Shandell, one of the firm’s four founding partners who left in mid-2007 to start his own hedge fund.

Shandell, who rejoins as a partner, returns to focus on three different areas.

Shandell will be a member of GoldenTree’s bank debt group which manages the firm’s CLOs and managed accounts focused on bank debt, as well as oversees investments in bank debt across all of the firm’s investment vehicles.

He will also act as a mentor, working with the firm’s investment research staff in a new position designed to further enhance the professional development of the firm’s research analyst ranks.

Finally, he will have a significant role in GoldenTree’s special situations investment activities.

“While I left the firm to pursue something smaller and more entrepreneurial, I found that I missed my colleagues and partners at GoldenTree, particularly the intellectual stimulation and dynamic interaction associated with the firm’s environment,” says Shandell. “At the senior level of the firm, everything looks much like it did when I left, and many of the same people I so greatly enjoyed working with are still here. It’s both a personal and professional pleasure to back at GoldenTree.”

“Tom was an important part of GoldenTree’s development,” says Steven Tananbaum (pictured), GoldenTree’s chief executive and chief investment officer. “We’re excited and delighted to have him rejoin in this role.”

Prior to joining GoldenTree in 2000, Shandell spent 16 years at Bear Stearns, rising to senior managing director covering companies in the gaming, lodging, restaurant and leisure industries.

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