UK - Morley Fund Management has strengthened its team with the appointment of Upkar Kambo (pictured) as fixed income quantitative analyst.
Kambo joins from UBS Global Asset Management – where he was a senior fixed income quantitative analyst – and in his new role will report to head of fixed income Ceris Williams.
Kambo will use a range of quantitative modelling and risk analysis techniques to support Morley’s fixed income investment process.
Williams said: “Upkar will reinforce the fixed income investment process through the development of our quantitative modelling techniques. We are delighted that he is joining the team and our portfolios will certainly benefit from the wealth of knowledge and experience that he brings.”
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