A 40 year history built upon core principles, driven by our disciplined and collaborative approach to investing

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Bardin Hill Investment Partners

 a global investment management firm that specializes in credit strategies and event driven equities

1981

founded

65

people

22

average years of partners industry experience

The firm was founded in 1981 and is headquartered in New York. 

Bardin Hill is a global investment management firm with core competencies in credit strategies, including distressed, stressed, and performing credit, as well as litigation-driven investing, merger arbitrage, and event-driven equities.

Our team of approximately 65 people is led by 12 partners who average 22 years of industry experience. We are dedicated to rigorous investment analysis, extensive due diligence, and a disciplined approach to capital formation.

WHY BARDIN HILL?

One team: Senior members of the firm have worked together for more than a decade

Our team has demonstrated expertise in credit and
event-driven strategies

We have an integrated platform across research, trading, portfolio management, and risk management

Our investment team shares ideas and knowledge and works collaboratively across strategies

Our platform has evolved and adapted through multiple cycles

The institutional platform has sophisticated capabilities and is committed to industry best practices

We apply a thoughtful and dedicated approach to investment selection, portfolio construction, and risk management

We focus on fundamentally driven and measured decision making

TIMELINE

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2018

Jason Dillow becomes CEO and continues as CIO

Sixth Street Partners acquires a passive minority equity interest

The firm is renamed Bardin Hill Investment Partners

Suzanne McDermott is promoted to COO

Phil Raciti joins the firm as Head of US Performing Credit

2016

Jason Dillow becomes CIO

2012

Dyal Capital Partners acquires a passive minority equity interest

2005

Jason Dillow joins the firm

1990

John Bader joins the firm

1981

Founded in 1981 by the late Alan B. Slifka