Investment Team

Christopher Pucillo founded Solus Alternative Asset Management in July 2007. Solus emerged out of Stanfield Capital Partners when Mr. Pucillo spun out the hedge fund business, which he had been managing since January 2002. Mr. Pucillo first joined Stanfield in 2000 as the Head of Trading. Prior to joining Stanfield, Mr. Pucillo worked at Morgan Stanley from 1996 until 2000. While at Morgan Stanley, Mr. Pucillo was the Head of High Yield Loan Trading and was instrumental in launching the bank’s leveraged loan effort. Mr. Pucillo’s credit trading experience began during his seven year tenure at Bankers Trust. From 1989 to 1992, Mr. Pucillo worked on various phases of underwriting leveraged loans, including structuring and negotiation of leveraged buyouts. In 1992, in an overall effort to create additional liquidity in the leveraged loan market, Mr. Pucillo moved to the loan trading desk, where he ran Leveraged Loan Trading, and was one of the four founding members of the LSTA (Loan Syndications and Trading Association), which was created to expand the liquidity of the leveraged loan market. Mr. Pucillo received a BA in Economics from Lafayette College in 1989, and an MBA from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in 1997.

Mr. Martin joined Solus in March 2012 as a Portfolio Manager. Mr. Martin previously Co-Headed Deutsche Bank's Distressed Products Group in the Americas. During his 17-year tenure at Deutsche Bank, Mr. Martin gained significant experience in several disciplines including risk management, credit research analysis and trading. With more than 27 years of financial industry experience in the high yield and distressed credit markets, Mr. Martin specializes in investing in syndicated and bilateral loans, trade claims, private equity, aircraft paper and other non-traditional investment products. He also held positions at Prudential Securities from 1994 to 1995, and AT&T, where he began his career in 1987. Mr. Martin received a BS in Finance from the University of Virginia in 1986 and an MBA from Columbia University in 1993.

Mr. Greenhaus joined Solus in October 2015 as the Firm’s Chief Economist and Strategist. Prior to Solus, Mr. Greenhaus served as Chief Strategist at BTIG, where he was responsible for analyzing economic and market trends and helping clients to formulate investment strategies. Prior to BTIG, he was at Miller Tabak where he served as Chief Economic Strategist. Previously, Mr. Greenhaus was with Credit Suisse First Boston in the high yield research department after beginning his career with Bear Stearns in July 1999. Mr. Greenhaus received his undergraduate degree from the University of Buffalo and an MBA in Finance and Investments from Baruch College. He is a member of The National Association for Business Economics and The New York Society of Security Analysts.

Mr. Sock joined Solus at its inception in July 2007. He serves as Portfolio Manager for the long-only products and trader on credit strategies for Solus' hedge funds. Mr. Sock has 23 years experience trading and analyzing levered credit, from par bank debt to deep distressed situations. In 2001, he joined Stanfield Capital Partners on the hedge fund accounting team, and in 2004 began trading for the Stanfield CLOs, managed account funds, and hedge funds. Mr. Sock received his BS in Management from Tulane University in 1999. He is a Chartered Financial Analyst and a member of the New York Society of Securities Analysts and the Association of Investment Management Research.

Mr. Chobor joined Solus at its inception in July 2007 and is currently Director of Research as well as the analyst responsible for the telecommunications, media and technology space. Over the last 24 years, Mr. Chobor has been directly involved in transactions and restructurings for some of the largest TMT companies. Prior to his current position at Solus, Mr. Chobor was part of the CDO and hedge fund teams at Stanfield Capital Partners covering a variety of industries including retail, cable, euro cable, printing, publishing, television, radio, media, wireless, and satellite telecommunication. Prior to Stanfield, he was a Senior Associate in the Emerging Markets Group at Scudder Kemper Investments. Mr. Chobor received a BS in Economics and International Business from the Pennsylvania State University in 1995, and an MBA in Finance from Pace University in 2001. He holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation and is a member of the New York Society of Securities Analysts and the Association of Investment Management and Research.