US/UK - Deutsche Bank's Asset Management division (DeAM) has appointed 16 ex-Invesco staff for its Institutional Fixed Income Investment team.
A team of five senior investment managers and 11 additional senior staff will join DeAM from Invesco, including Invesco chief investment officer for Worldwide Fixed Income group, Stephen Johnson, and Invesco director of UK and global fixed income, Mark Dowding.
Also leaving Invesco to join DeAM is director of US fixed income and portfolio manager, Kenneth Bowling, director of global credit research, James Guenther, and director of marketing, Randy Paas. The group will report to DeAM managing director and global head of specialty fixed income Bart Grenier.
Johnson, Bowling, Guenther and Paas will join DeAM as managing directors in the Global Institutional Fixed Income team based in New York and Dowding will also be a managing director, but will be based in London.
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