Jack DiMaio has/had a position (Board Chair) at Institutional Financial Markets Inc

Title Board Chair
Notes Jack DiMaio biography Jack J. DiMaio is Chairman of the Board of INSTITUTIONAL FINANCIAL MARKETS, INChas served as the Chairman of the Board of Directors since September 24, 2013. Mr. DiMaio is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of the Mead Park group of companies and has served in this capacity since September 2011. Prior to founding Mead Park, Mr. DiMaio was a Managing Director and Global Head of Interest Rate, Credit and Currency Trading of Morgan Stanley, and served in this capacity from September 2009 to August 2011. In addition, Mr. DiMaio served as a member of Morgan Stanley’s Management Committee during his tenure at the firm. Prior to joining Morgan Stanley, Mr. DiMaio co-founded DiMaio Ahmad Capital LLC, a New York-based asset manager specializing in credit markets, and served as the Chief Executive Officer and Managing Partner from February 2005 to August 2009. Before founding DiMaio Ahmad Capital LLC, Mr. DiMaio was a Managing Director and Head of the Diversified Credit Hedge Fund Group at Credit Suisse Alternative Capital, Inc. from March 2004 to February 2005. Prior to that time, Mr. DiMaio was the Chief Executive Officer of Alternative Investments at Credit Suisse Asset Management. In addition, Mr. DiMaio was an Executive Board Member of Credit Suisse Securities (USA), Inc. and of Credit Suisse Asset Management. Mr. DiMaio joined Credit Suisse in 1989, and, after completing its sales and trading program, he joined Credit Suisse’s credit research group. In 1990, Mr. DiMaio joined the Credit Suisse corporate bond trading desk where he was appointed Head Trader in 1995 and the Department Head in 1996. At the end of 1997, Mr. DiMaio was appointed Head of Credit Suisse Global Credit Trading. In 2000, Mr. DiMaio was responsible for Credit Suisse’s entire Global Credit Products Cluster and was named Head of Fixed Income Division North America. Mr. DiMaio holds a B.S. in Finance from New York Institute of Technology.
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