Now Entering Russ's World
It has been recently announced that Highland Capital Management, L.P. has appointed Terry Jones a new president of Institutional Products’. The news was originally reported on Business Wire, and James Dondero, a president and co-founder of Highland Capital, hopes that Mr. Jones will lead the company’s business in the same way as he does.
With more than 25 years of experience in the financial sector, Mr. Jones will use his business strategies in order to bring about many business solutions, and he will also serve as a another complement to the larger sales platform of Highland Capital. He will also have to report to James Dondero. Furthermore, Mr. Jones will also have a part in regulating portfolio risk management across the company’s platform, and he will also be responsible for assessing various applicable risks. Prior to joining Highland Capital, Mr. Jones served as the Highland Funds’ director, so Mr. Dondero hopes that his professional experience will have many benefits for the company.
About James Dondero:
Besides being the president and co-founder of Highland Capital, James Dondero also works as the HCM Acquisition Company’s CEO. Before this, he was employed at Protective Life’s GIC subsidiary, where the business grew a lot thanks to his skills, especially between 1989 and 1993. He also managed about one million dollars in funds at American Express, and many of his funds have received numerous awards, which speaks further about his achievements.
His specialties include: derivatives, emerging market debts, bank loans, common stocks etc., and on top of all that, he currently serves as the chairperson of Cornerstone Healthcare Group and NexBank, where he successfully manage different business operations. Follow him on his many social network accounts: FaceBook, Twitter, and Tumblr.
Taking all these things into consideration, it is expected that Highland Capital will definitely face new market dynamics, and Mr. Jones will develop even more client solutions that will meet all clients’ needs.