Scott Boyle joined Marathon Asset Management as managing director and global co-head of consultant relations.

Boyle has more than 25 years of institutional investment experience. Prior to joining Marathon, Boyle was senior vice president and managing director for North America institutional consultant relations at AllianceBernstein. Boyle joined AllianceBernstein in 2006 as a client portfolio manager for the value equity business, and then in 2010 transitioned to the consultant relations team to build advocacy across the critical investment consultant channel. Before joining AllianceBernstein in 2006, Boyle worked in business development at research and analytic firms StarMine and Thomson Financial. Boyle started his career in Republic National Bank’s management training program, with currency trading rotations on the developed markets FX, emerging markets FX and FX options trading desks.

“Scott’s background and knowledge in private and public credit, and deep relationships with institutional investment consultants are a welcome addition to our team as we continue to expand our capabilities and customized solutions for our institutional clients,” Jason Friedman, partner and global head of business development at Marathon, said. “Our core focus is to generate alpha for our clients across the credit spectrum, and adding Scott to our team further demonstrates Marathon’s commitment to reinforcing our position as a leading credit manager.”

“I am thrilled to join the Marathon team to continue providing differentiated investment offerings and solutions that allow our clients to reach their goals and objectives throughout market cycles,” Boyle said. “Marathon is one of the rare credit firms with a proven 25-year track record of opportunistically investing across credit cycles. The firm has grown and evolved as has the credit space. Marathon’s global platform, diverse mix of strategies, dynamic investment approach, and deep bench of specialized talent exceptionally positions the firm to exploit the exciting private and public credit opportunities that lie ahead.”