Perella Weinberg Partners named six new partners. The partners have all been promoted to partner from managing director and are based in New York and London.
The firm’s new New York-based partners include Andrew Dym, who joined the firm in 2008. He was previously global head of structured finance and capital markets at CIFG and a leader of ABS and commercial paper conduits with JPMorgan.
Also in New York is Mark McGreenery, who joined the firm in 2008 from Amergin Portfolio Strategies, which he founded. He was a managing director with D.B. Swirn & Co., fleet Capital Leasing and BTM Capital, where he worked on business strategies for structured finance and leasing.
Joshua Scherer is based in New York and joined the firm in 2007 from Houlihan Lokey, where he worked on financial restructurings and mergers and acquisitions. He was previously a banker with Merrill Lynch. And Richard Shinder joined Perella Weinberg in 2009 and was a director in the special situations group at Goldman Sachs. He held several distressed debt investing, restructuring and special situations positions at Avenue Capital Group.
Being promoted to partner in the firm’s London office are Graham Davidson, who joined the firm in 2006 and was a vice president at Merrill Lynch’s M&A group; and Klaus Wülfing, who joined the firm in 2007 and was a director of the European M&A group at Credit Suisse.
Perella Weinberg Partners works as both a financial advisor and asset manager. It manages approximately $6.6 billion. It was founded in 2006 and has offices in New York, London, Abu Dhabi, Denver, Austin, Texas and San Francisco.