UK - Credit Suisse Asset Management has strengthened its risk team with the appointment of Pierre-Henri de Monts de Savasse as an analyst, based in London.
He joins from BNP Paribas Asset Management, where he was a quantitative research analyst working on global asset allocation strategy, and now reports to Ahmed Talhaoui, head of risk and quantitative analysis.
Commenting on the appointment, Win Robbins, head of European fixed income, said: “The appointment demonstrates the importance CSAM places on risk management and quantitative analysis and gives us further depth and experience in these areas.”
CSAM has also hired Rachel Hall as a trader within the fixed income team. She will report to Rachel Muscatt, head of fixed income dealing at CSAM in London.
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