UK - Thames River Capital has appointed Paul Thursby and Peter Geike Cobb to its fixed income team.
Thursby previously managed the Baring Global Bond Trust while Geikie Cobb was previously head of global fixed income at Insight Investments.
Thursby said: “This is a great time to be forming a new quality sovereign debt product.
“Macro strategies have been neglected in favour of corporate bonds but given the shift in both Central Bank focus and geographical challenges, we expect greater divergence in the major markets and much more volatility in both interest rates and currency relationships.”
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