UK - Northern Trust Global Investments Europe (NTGIE) has appointed Matthew Greenwood as European credit analyst in its London-based fixed income team. Global fixed income products such as our European corporate bond fund are important for us in growing our business in the UK and particularly Continental Europe. Matthew's addition to the team is part of our growing commitment to fixed income, said Steve Potter, managing director of NTGIE.
Greenwood was previously an associate director with the leverage loans team at Prudential M&G responsible for primary and secondary market credit analysis of non-investment grade private debt. He will report to Guy Williams, Northern Trust's head of fixed income for Europe.
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