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Morgan Stanley Said to Hire Gilday for Leveraged-Finance Post

April 02, 2014

Morgan Stanley (MS:US) hired Ian Gilday from Goldman Sachs (GS:US) Group Inc. to help run its European leveraged-loan business, a person briefed on the matter said.

Gilday will be co-head of leveraged finance for Europe with Matt Naber at New York-based Morgan Stanley, the person said, asking not to be identified because the move hasn’t been announced. He will report to Dan Toscano, global head of acquisition and leveraged finance, as well as Claus Skrumsager and Henrik Gobel, co-heads of capital markets in Europe, the person said.

Gilday was a managing director at Goldman Sachs who ran the New York-based firm’s collateralized-loan-obligation origination business in Europe. He declined to comment on his move. Reuters reported Gilday’s shift to Morgan Stanley earlier today.

Morgan Stanley’s former co-head of European leveraged finance, Mark Walsh, left in September to join Credit Suisse Group AG.

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To contact the editors responsible for this story: Peter Eichenbaum at Steve Dickson

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