EUROPE - Credit Suisse Asset Management (CSAM), has strengthened its European fixed income team with three senior promotions across the Continent.
Winifred Robbins has been hired as managing director. Anna Guglielmetti and Siegfred Cordes have both been made directors.
Robbins will head up the European fixed income division, based in London. She has been with the firm for more than eight years, focusing on single currency and convertible bonds.
Guglielmetti joined CSAM Milan in 1995, and is now head of fixed income and the fund manager for CS Obbligazionario Italia and CS Obbligazionario Internazionale. Siegfried Cordes joined CSAM in 1990 and oversees fixed income in Frankfurt.
Currently, CSAM manages $269bn worldwide, $97.4bn of which is in European fixed income.
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