UK - Britannic Asset Management is boosting its fixed interest team with the appointment of Phil Heaney as investment manager with responsibility for credit analysis.
The addition of Heaney brings the size of Britannic's fixed interest team which manages around £6bn in corporate bonds, index linked bonds and gilts to seven investment managers.
Joe McKenna, head of global fixed interest said: We are delighted that Phil has joined us. Having spent 11 years in this business his wide ranging experience will enhance the all round skills of the team. It is important for us to keep broadening our fixed interest resources given that the size and range of funds we manage is expanding rapidly.
Heaney joins Britannic Asset Management from Westdeutsche Landesbank, where he was a credit analyst for financial institutions. Previous positions include reinsurance security analyst at Odyssey Reinsurance, insurance and reinsurance broker at Minet and management trainee at Trade Indemnity. He joins Britannic on April 2.
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