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FS Investments appoints head of capital markets and IR

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Alternative asset manager FS Investments has appointed Chris Condelles as head of capital markets and investor relations (IR).

Condelles will serve as an executive vice president based in the firm’s Philadelphia headquarters.
In his new role, Condelles will help expand the reach of the firm’s growing suite of investment solutions by overseeing relationships with key stakeholders including institutional investors, banks, rating agencies and the analyst community.
“Chris brings substantial experience building profitable credit and financing solutions businesses to our platform at FS Investments,” says Michael C Forman (pictured), chairman and CEO of FS Investments. “At a time when we are launching several new investment strategies that broaden our capabilities, his knowledge and relationships will strengthen our investment advisory team and complement our bench of senior talent.”
Condelles joins FS Investments following 11 years with Credit Suisse where he most recently served as head of US credit and financing solutions, overseeing a team of trading, structuring, credit analyst and sales personnel. In addition to running several businesses at Credit Suisse, Condelles was an executive committee member and the global treasurer of Credit Suisse’s global credit products group.
Condelles has a track record of leading and co-leading significant transactions in the financial services industry, including the financial package for Canada Pension Plan Investment Board’s USD12 billion acquisition of Antares Capital from GE Capital, a recent private USD3.6 billion acquisition of a middle market loan portfolio and a private USD2.6 billion financing of a distressed loan portfolio.
“FS has built one of the strongest credit platforms in the industry and has been at the forefront of designing thoughtful investment solutions,” says Condelles. “I’m excited to join the team as it looks to further expand.”

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