2011 Milken Institute Summit
President, Guggenheim Partners
Todd Boehly is the president of Guggenheim Partners. Since joining the firm in 2001, he has grown the leveraged credit assets under management from about US$3 billion to over US$25 billion today. He spearheaded the firm's initiative into the middle market direct lending arena, where Guggenheim has originated more than US$7 billion of proprietary investment opportunities. Boehly is chairman of the firm's Credit Committee and a member of the Management Committee and the Merchant Banking Investment Committee. Previously he was a vice president at J.H. Whitney & Co., where he developed the firm's leveraged loan investing program and was responsible for its Special Situation portfolio. In addition, Boehly co-founded Shelter Rock Capital Corp., which was established by Whitney for its CDO restructuring and takeover activities. Prior to Whitney, he worked in the Leveraged Finance Group at Credit Suisse First Boston. Boehly holds a bachelor's degree from the College of William & Mary and spent a year abroad at the London School of Economics.