Hedge Fund - Silver Point Capital

Edward Mule And Bob O’shea Bio, Returns, AUM, Net Worth

Silver Point Capital, based in Greenwich, Connecticut, is a hedge fund specializing in credit and special situations investments. The firm was established in 2002 by former Goldman Sachs partners Edward A. Mulé and Robert J. O'Shea.

Edward Mulé is the CEO and Portfolio Manager of Silver Point Capital, having established and led the firm since its inception in 2002. Before founding Silver Point, Ed spent over 16 years at Goldman Sachs. Alongside Bob O'Shea, he spearheaded Goldman’s distressed debt broker-dealer businesses and established a proprietary middle-market direct lending business in 1996. From 1999 to 2001, Ed headed or co-headed Goldman’s Special Situations Investing Business. Additionally, he co-founded and led the Asian Special Situations Investing Business (ASSG) and associated funds, including the Goldman Sachs Special Opportunities (Asia) Fund, from 1998 to 2001. He also served on Goldman's Senior Traders Committee. Ed was elected general partner at Goldman in 1994. Before joining the special situations team in 1995, he worked for Jon Corzine and Henry Paulson in 1994 and for Robert E. Rubin and Stephen Friedman in the Office of the Chairman from 1991 to 1994. In this role, he assisted with strategy implementation, reengineering, control and compliance infrastructure setup, and cost-cutting initiatives. Ed began his career as an investment banker in Goldman's Mergers and Acquisitions Department from 1984 to 1991, focusing on sectors such as telecommunications, consumer products, and forest products. He was also a founding member of Goldman’s European M&A business in 1985. Ed graduated magna cum laude from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, earning both his M.B.A. and B.S. degrees simultaneously at the age of 21.

Bob O’Shea is the Chairman of Silver Point Capital, which he co-founded in 2002. He began his career in the Leveraged Loan Underwriting and Syndication group at Security Pacific Merchant Bank and later joined Bear Stearns in their high yield and bankruptcy department. In 1990, Goldman Sachs recruited Bob to build their Global Bank Loan business, where he established a leading secondary bank loan trading business and expanded Goldman’s leveraged finance and capital markets team, making Goldman a competitor in underwriting and syndicating corporate loans. Bob also developed Goldman’s trade claim business and, alongside Ed Mulé, created the firm's proprietary Direct Lending Business in 1996. By the time he left Goldman Sachs in 2000, Bob was head of the Global High Yield Business Unit and managed all related activities, including sales, trading, capital markets, research, sourcing, the CLO business, and the Global Bank Loan Business. He co-managed Goldman’s proprietary special situations and distressed investing activities with Ed Mulé and was a member of Goldman’s Risk Committee, the Board of Goldman Sachs International Bank, and the Senior Traders Committee. Bob was elected general partner in 1994. Bob graduated from Fordham University with a BS in Finance in 1987.

Silver Point Capital is a hedge fund with 31 clients and discretionary assets under management (AUM) of $27,910,283,660 (Form ADV as of 2024-03-29). Their last reported 13F filing for Q1 2024 included $1,690,880,020 in managed 13F securities and a top 10 holdings concentration of 98.6%. Silver Point Capital's largest holding is Gulfport Energy Corp, with 5,197,848 shares.

Edward Mule And Bob O’shea
Fund Profile
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Fund Name: Silver Point Capital
Manager Edward Mule And Bob O’shea
Portfolio Value $1,690,880,020
Change This QTR +1.48%
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No. Security Ticker Shares Value Activity % Port History
1. GPOR 5,197,848 $832,279,422 -9% 49.22%
2. SPY 690,000 $360,918,300 NEW 21.34%
3. MSC 28,642,279 $198,490,993 11.73%
4. FYBR 2,645,071 $64,804,239 -17% 3.83%
5. IEF 290,000 $60,987,000 NEW 3.6%
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