As the credit markets froze and investors panicked at the height of the financial crisis in 2008, Craig Bergstrom was already scouting for bargains.
As chief investment officer of Corbin Capital Partners, Bergstrom realised valuations of corporate and structured credit assets had dropped to levels that made them extremely attractive. At the same time he also had serious reservations about investing in these securities via traditional hedge fund structures. His main concerns included valuation, c
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