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Mr. Andy Cohen

Wrong Andy Cohen?

Chief Credit Officer

Phone: (203) ***-****  
Email: a***@***.com
Local Address:  Greenwich , Connecticut , United States
Black Diamond
One Conway Park, 100 Field Drive, S170
Lake Forest , Illinois 60045
United States

Company Description: Founded in 1995, Black Diamond Capital Management, L.L.C. (Black Diamond) is a privately held alternative asset management firm, with offices in Greenwich, CT and...   more

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • Industrial Labor Relations School at Cornell University
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Web References
Insight Imaging | Board of Directors, 25 Mar 2012 [cached]
ANDREW COHEN Managing Director and Chief Credit Officer
Mr. Cohen is a Managing Director at Black Diamond Capital Management, L.L.C. and is responsible for managing the firm’s credit exposures and underwriting process.
Prior to his role as the Chief Credit Officer, Mr. Cohen was the Senior Analyst responsible for healthcare, power and media at Black Diamond. Prior to joining BDCM, Mr. Cohen was a Senior Associate at J.H. Whitney & Co. as part of an investment team focused on private equity, mezzanine debt and high yield bonds. Prior to J.H. Whitney, Mr. Cohen worked at JP Morgan in the equity capital markets group, focusing primarily on convertible bonds and structured securities.
Prior to JP Morgan, Mr. Cohen worked at Arthur Andersen in the bankruptcy and turnaround advisory group. Mr. Cohen graduated from the Industrial Labor Relations School at Cornell University and is a Chartered Financial Analyst.
JP Morgan Private Bank Head ..., 29 Sept 2006 [cached]
JP Morgan Private Bank Head Andrew Cohen joins fellow Pacific Council on International Policy...
The WSJ's Deborah Kan talks to ..., 13 April 2012 [cached]
The WSJ's Deborah Kan talks to J.P. Morgan Private Bank's Asia CEO Andrew Cohen about how banks are tapping into the wealth.
This was a key message from ..., 1 April 2010 [cached]
This was a key message from Advance's first Lounge Chair Series at the Andaz Hotel in West Hollywood last week, where business reporter Louise Pennell chaired a panel of three Australian-born leaders of industry working in America: Taco Bell Corporation President and Chief Concept Officer Greg Creed; Andrew Cohen, Head of J.P. Morgan's Private Bank in Los Angeles; and Shane Brennan, Executive Producer of NCIS (the number one scripted drama on U.S. television) and NCIS Los Angeles, (the number one new show on television this season).
J.P. Morgan's Mr. Cohen agreed that unemployment was likely to remain a critical issue, especially in California, where the unemployment rate stands at 18 per cent. "Credit is freeing up a lot more at the corporate level, and credit markets are fluid and working, but I think many people in big business would probably know that on the private level, and on the small business level, it's still very tough," said Cohen.
Unlike other major banks - and most companies in other industries - Cohen said JP Morgan had fared well during the recession.
"We've had an incredible two years," said Cohen. "We have great management and are now in a position to grow while other firms have faced bigger challenges. Here in California, our private banking business is robust and client service is our top priority, so we intend to continue hiring to keep up with our strong business momentum."
And hiring in the worst global financial crisis since the 1930s, said Cohen, means "it's a biased market right now for us".
"At all levels of the organization we've been able to upgrade with people who either didn't think to work in our industry, or were great and lost their job at other banks because they were part of a head cut," said Cohen.
"Intellectual capital is key, but the emotional quotient - not the IQ the EQ - is something incredibly imperative in a recession," said Cohen.
Said Cohen: "I use the example of, right now, an organization can either spend time putting picks and stakes and building fences to protect what they've got, or while everybody else is focused internally, take the opportunity to go out and grow your business."
Creed: "I agree with Andy.
Welcome to The Whitney & Co. Web Site | Our Team, 21 Mar 2001 [cached]
Andrew M. CohenSenior AssociateAndrew focuses on investments in the Mezzanine Debt area.Previously, he was with JP Morgan and Arthur Andersen, LLP.He is a graduate of Cornell University, B.S.
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