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Schroders expands global fixed income team
03 May 2012
Schroders has appointed four senior professionals in its emerging market debt relative return team
Schroders has expanded its fixed income team by appointing four senior professionals to develop its capabilities in the emerging market debt (EMD) relative return area.
James Barrineau has joined the New York office this week as head of Latin American fixed income and co-head of EMD relative, with Rajeev de Mello, head of asian fixed income.
Barrineau will report to Karl Dasher, global head of fixed income.
Fernando Grisales has also been made a senior portfolio manager and Alec Moseley as a senior portfolio manager and sovereign research analyst. Both will report to Barrineau.
These new appointments join from Ice Canyon, a California-based global investment management firm specialising in emerging markets and global credit investment strategies. Previously, they worked together at Alliance Bernstein where they shared responsibility for managing more than $15bn in EMD relative return strategies.
In addition, Chris Tackney will join next month as senior portfolio manager, emerging market corporate bond, reporting to Wes Sparks, head of US fixed income. Before joining Schroders Tackney was an Asia credit trader at Credit Suisse, portfolio manager in the emerging market credit fund at Black River Asset Management and emerging markets portfolio manager at BlackRock Advisors.
All of the new roles will involve working with the London, Asian and Latin-American based EMD professionals in further developing and managing Schroders’ EMD relative return strategies.