PCMA Appoints Anatoly Burman as President, Chief Investment Officer of PCMA Capital Advisors
jason jepson - March 29, 2022
Irvine, CA March 28, 2022 – PCMA, the pioneer and leading voice in Non-Bank Private Client Lending, announces the appointment of industry veteran Anatoly Burman, as President, Chief Investment Officer at PCMA Capital Advisors, overseeing the execution of the firm’s overall investment strategy and the development of new financial products. Anatoly joins the firm with over 37 years of experience in managing investment portfolios for insurance companies and institutional investors.
Under his leadership, Anatoly will oversee the firm’s structured products group and asset strategy team with the mandate of providing consistent liquidity to PCMA Private Client Lending and its subsidiary relationships in the pursuit of serving high-capacity estates and furthering its role as the leader in high net worth lending.
“Anatoly’s credentials, reputation, and track record makes him an ideal fit for our big idea objectives and goals,” said John Royce Lynch, CEO and Founder of PCMA Capital Advisors and PCMA Private Client Companies. “Adding a talent like Anatoly to our already impressive management team to focus on transforming, maximizing, and building out our distinctive, proprietary assets, will ensure that we continue to define, and evolve into what is possible for our firm and our industry for decades to come.”
His coveted career spans across many notable ventures ranging from the founding of the Structured Products Group at Aladdin Capital, managing $13bn of structured product assets, CDO’s, hedge funds, SMA, and ABCP conduit.
Prior to joining PCMA Capital Advisors, Mr. Burman served in the capacity of Vice-President/Senior Portfolio Manager at SunAmerica/AIG Insurance company, managing over $40bn of investments in asset-backed, mortgage-backed securities and other structured assets, across life companies, total return portfolios, securities lending, and short duration portfolios. Additionally, Anatoly managed public, private placements, and 144A structured securities for New York Life and AMBAC.
Anatoly previously ran the research department at Mabon Securities, and authored a weekly publication on market trends, prepayment analysis of MBS, analysis of ABS, and trading models of new structured products.
“PCMA is undoubtedly leading the way in high net worth lending,” said Burman. “I am honored to join John and the rest of the team in furthering their vision for the future of finance and developing financial strategies that serve the needs of this coveted asset class. I look forward to working with our team and the investment community in the process of rethinking how assets and investors come together.”
Anatoly received his BA in Economics and Computer Science from Rutgers University and his MBA from Fairfield University. He holds Series 24, 7 and 63 licenses.
PCMA is a vertically integrated Asset Origination and Convexity Management firm that specializes in Structured, Super Prime, Non-Agency, Private Client Credit. With its captive origination unit, PCMA has become the leading Non-Bank Private Client Lender in the U.S. What began as a linear venture has morphed into a vertical organization and industry leading incubator of ideas pushing the boundaries of innovation in high-capacity financial services. PCMA offers qualified individuals and institutions bespoke lending and advisory services across all major credit, and residential asset classes. PCMA is headquartered in Orange County, CA. Additional information is available at www.pcma.capital & www.pcma.us.com
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