Mason leaves JPMorgan
The bank remains confident about the strength of its syndicate and leveraged finance business, despite SLF co-head Eric Mason's departure.
JPMorgan has announced the departure of Eric Mason, who co-headed the bankÆs syndicate and leveraged finance SLF business in Asia with Tim Donahue.
Mason, who focused on leverage lending, is understood to have opted to work for Carlyle, a private equity house based in Hong Kong. According to sources, he will head up its mezzanine debt fund, with a view to investing capital in different mezzanine tranches as and when transactions in the region occur. Mason will not be...
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