Andrew Brady is one of seven partners at Marathon Asset Management L.P., a New York-based credit manager of $17 billion for institutional investors across global high-yield corporates, real estate, and emerging markets.
Mr. Brady is Co-Head of Marathon’s Corporate Credit business and a member of the Executive Committee. He serves as Portfolio Manager for performing high-yield bond and loan portfolios, including collateralized loan obligations (CLOs), which complement Marathon’s capabilities in stressed corporate situations.
Mr. Brady joined Marathon in 2004 after eight years with Indosuez Capital, the merchant banking and high-yield asset management division of Credit Agricole, where he was a director and senior investment analyst focused on management of CLOs, high-yield credit, and middle-market LBO financing ranging from secured loans to private equity.
He is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) and graduated from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business with a bachelor’s degree in economics, with a concentration in finance.
His paternal grandparents were from County Cork, and married near San Francisco. The maternal side (Wild) came considerable earlier, and were tied to England and Ireland.
Mr. Brady says, “Having been raised in a tiny Alaskan town in a small family, Irish heritage always offered a gateway to a wider and storied world of culture, struggle, and triumph.”