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Canaras Capital Management average salary is $240,000, median salary is $240,000 with a salary range from $240,000 to $240,000.
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Chief Technology Officer 240,000-240,000 Secaucus, NJ, 07094 2012 Canaras Capital Management Chief Technology Officer Salaries (1)
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  • Canaras Capital Management LLC
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  • Canaras Capital Management is an alternative credit asset management business. Its emphasis initially is on the syndicated or leveraged loan market with portfolio strategies ranging from highly leveraged portfolios including cash flow and market value CLOs, to total return portfolios or low or unleveraged strategies. In those strategies we invest predominantly in leveraged loans but will also have some ability to invest in credit derivatives and other forms of alternative credit. In the next few years, starting possibly as early as the end of this year, we will expand our focus into European leveraged loans and eventually we will look