Victoria has nearly 20 years of experience in capital markets and investment management. She began her career working in the fixed income divisions of Merrill Lynch and Credit Suisse. During her tenure on Wall Street she gained an in-depth knowledge of fixed income markets and managed a number of high profile distressed restructurings, both sovereign and corporate globally.
Dr. Vysotina moved to asset management in 2003 and later became a member of the Investment Committee with HSBC’s Alternative Investment Group that oversaw over $40B in hedge fund investments. In 2007 she joined the Rockefeller Foundation as a Portfolio Manager for the $1B hedge fund and distressed portfolios and a co-Manager for the fixed income, portable alpha and long-only equity portfolios.
Dr. Vysotina founded a consulting firm V V Strategic Group in 2011 which provides a range of services to family offices from a full outsourced CIO capability to custom portfolio diagnostic engagements with focus on asset allocation, risk management and manager selection across traditional public (equity and fixed income) and alternative asset classes.
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The content and distribution of Azafran’s INSIGHTS newsletter is focused to our LP, incubator, research, investment and partner ecosystem. Below are highlights from the last two issues, please sign up to receive access to past and new issues as they are published.
Issue 21 - 2020 a Year of COVID, Challenges and Opportunity Like No Other Before
Looking back and looking forward, highlighting key INSIGHTS features and signposts from the past year as well as a focus on the first virtual CES and many other prominent events.Read more
The biggest difference for our team from this year’s CES was the networking and collisions that always occurred for us at the conference.Read more