Mr. Foo serves as Senior Vice President at Fulcrum Capital in London, and is responsible for research coverage across the EMEA region. Prior to joining Fulcrum he co-established Morgan Stanley’s European Restructuring Team in London, where he was responsible for protecting the bank’s assets by maximizing recoveries through either formal or informal restructuring processes. With over 10 years’ experience in distressed debt, banking and risk management, he has also held various positions at Bank of America and National Australia Bank. A key part of Mr Foo’s focus at Fulcrum will be expanding our European research coverage and capabilities. He is a fellow member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand and is a graduate of the University of Melbourne with a degree in Commerce.

Mr. Petrus joined Fulcrum in 2019 and serves as Vice President responsible for EMEA opportunities coverage. Prior to joining Fulcrum, Mr. Petrus spent his internship at Greylock Capital, New York, covering distressed and high-yield debt in Europe, Africa, and Middle East. Before that, Viktor spent 5 years as a portfolio manager of the second-largest corporate pension fund in Ukraine and has additional 6 years of experience in sales & trading. Mr. Petrus received his MBA degree from Johnson School of Management (Cornell).

Mr. King serves as Director of Research at Fulcrum. Prior to joining Fulcrum, Mr. King was a senior analyst at Beach Point Capital Management LP, a credit hedge fund focused on stressed/distressed opportunities, where he invested across the capital structure and participated on creditor committees. Before Beach Point, Mr. King was an analyst at Monarch Alternative Capital LP, where he analyzed and invested in distressed/event-driven opportunities. Prior to Monarch, Mr. King worked in the Recapitalization and Restructuring group at Jefferies & Company, where he helped guide numerous debtors and creditor committees through restructurings as a financial advisor. Mr. King graduated with a degree in Economics from Harvard University.