GLOBAL - Goldman Sachs Asset Management (GSAM) has appointed Francesca Fornasari and Steve Ellis to boost its global currency team in London both as executive directors and portfolio managers.
Ellis joined GSAM from Lehman Brothers where he was a global head of local market strategy. He covered fixed income and currency in Latin America, EMEA and Asia.
Fornasari moved to GSAM from Morgan Stanley where she was a G10 foreign exchange strategist. Prior to that she worked at Lehman Brothers.
Phil Moffitt, co-head of global fixed income and currency said: “Their appointments underline GSAM’s commitment and strength in fixed income and currencies and further evidence of its growth strategy.”
GSAM’s global currency strategy has approximately US$2.1bn in AuM.
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