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Coherence Capital Partners hires new COO & CRO


Fixed income specialist Coherence Capital Partners has appointed John Lovisolo as Member, Chief Operating Officer (COO) and Chief Risk Officer (CRO).

Prior to Coherence Capital, Lovisolo spent 10 years at Barclays, most recently as Managing Director and Co-head of Prime Brokerage Origination. Lovisolo held several leadership roles at Barclays, including running sales for Investment Grade Debt and Structured Credit Products for the first half of his tenor. After the Lehman integration, he was appointed Head of the Financial Institution Structuring Group which was dedicated to creating solutions for the firm’s Pension, Bank and Insurance clients. Prior to Barclays, Lovisolo spent 10 years at Deutsche Bank where he traded and sold Interest Rate Derivatives and ran marketing for the North American Structuring Group. Lovisolo began his career at Bear Stearns in 1990 where he worked for fellow Coherence partners, Sal Naro and Vincent Mistretta, supporting the credit trading desk within an operations capacity. John is a 1989 graduate of Union College with a BA in Managerial Economics and where he currently serves on the Presidents Council.

“We are very pleased to welcome John as a Coherence partner. He brings a wealth of successful experience in the fixed income world and in the broader securities markets. John is a man of strong integrity and intelligence, with a work ethic second to none. His significant sell-side relationships, and deep contacts on the investor client side, will further enhance all non-investment activities at Coherence,” says Sal Naro, Coherence Capital CEO/CIO.

Lovisolo says: “I am very excited to become a part of Coherence’s management team and to once again work alongside Sal Naro and Vincent Mistretta. I look forward to utilising my knowledge and network of contacts in support of Coherence’s growing opportunity in the alternative investment universe.”

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