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David Feigenbaum

 
 
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David Feigenbaum

Managing Director - Layton Road Group, LLC

David Feigenbaum joins Layton Road Group, LLC as a Managing Director and founding member of the team. He brings extensive capital markets and asset management experience, spanning equities, credit, structured credit and private equity experience. At Layton Road, David will work with institutional investors, connecting them with alternative investment managers on the Layton Road platform. In addition, he will drive new business development and build strategic partnerships, particularly around the Layton Road technology platform.

David joins Layton Road Group from Lily Pond Capital Management, a boutique private equity manager, where he was Director of Research. There, he sourced and performed due diligence on alternative investment management companies as potential investments, built marketing materials and operational models and developed relationships with institutional investors and strategic affiliates.
Prior to Lily Pond, David worked at BlackRock for five years, where he was a Director, holding senior roles in the Global Credit and iShares ETF businesses. As Head of the Collateralized Loan Obligation (CLO) Product Strategy Team, David led business strategy, product development, marketing and investor relations for the Magnetite CLO issuance and Tranche Investing businesses. He also sat on the CLO Risk Committee. Previously, David was an iShares ETF Senior Business Development Officer, working with institutional asset managers and family offices.

Prior to BlackRock, David was VP of Institutional Equity Sales at Bank of America Merrill Lynch for eight years, covering large hedge funds and asset managers. He began his career as an investment banking Analyst at Deutsche Bank, focused on advisory and financing work for healthcare services companies. David graduated from Williams College with a B.A. in Political Economy.