Joseph Wilson Jr. has joined Golub Capital help expand the credit asset manager’s existing distribution capabilities.
As managing director, he will be responsible for managing and expanding the firm’s relations with buyers of leveraged loans. Wilson will also identify and execute secondary market opportunities and provide insights on underwriting and financial structures for LBOs, recapitalizations and refinancings.
Prior to joining the New York firm he was a managing director with Citigroup, where he helped build out its loan sales and trading franchise. Additionally, he was a member of the leveraged credit sales team, responsible for primary and secondary loans and structured credit sales.Wilson has also worked in distressed loan sales and trading at JP Morgan.
At Golub Capital, he joins the firm’s existing seven-member capital markets team.
Andy Steuerman, head of middle market lending and late stage lending at the firm, said that adding a broadly syndicated sales and trading platform is a natural evolution for Golub Capital that will enhance the ability to support its portfolio companies as they move into larger loan sizes.
“We can bring our large hold size approach to reducing risk and uncertainty to a part of the market that has become increasingly complex,” he said in the firm’s Nov. 4 statement, also noting that Wilson brings relevant sales and distribution experiences to the team.
Golub Capital currently has over $15 billion of capital under management.