International investment house Investec Asset Management has boosted its fixed income team with the appointment Keiron Nutbrown.
Previously, Nutbrown managed global bonds at UK fund managers Invesco, starting in 1997, and most recently at Schroder Investment Management.
At Investec he will focus on global government bonds and currency management as part of the 21-strong team. He joins his ex-Invesco colleagues Paul Griffiths, who started at Investec last July as head of fixed income, and Michael Markham who joined the firm in March.
Commenting on the firm's fixed income philosophy Griffiths added: “We base our fixed income and currency analysis on our proven ‘Compelling Forces’ methodology. The process begins with an analysis of the major global economies from which a range of probable scenarios is generated.”
By Madhu Kalia
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