UK - State Street Global Advisors (SSgA), has appointed Bill Street as global head of fixed income alpha strategies.
Street, who is based in London, was previously co-head of active fixed income alongside William Cunningham, who has left SSgA.
In his previous role, Street provided leadership to SSgA teams delivering active strategies in EMEA and Asia-Pacific. He will report to Kevin Anderson, global chief investment officer for fixed income and currency.
In his new role he will assume responsibility for all of the active fixed income portfolio managers and the fixed income analysts and strategists. One of his first tasks will be to recruit a global head of fixed income research, SSgA said.
SSgA also announced that Brian Kinney has been named global head of fixed income beta solutions and will also report to Anderson. Kinney most recently led SSgA's government solutions group and will retain that responsibility in his expanded role. He joined SSgA in 2003 and has more than 15 years of experience in fixed income markets.
Anderson said: "These organisational decisions better position SSgA to create innovative products and solutions for our clients and help to ensure that we most effectively deploy our investment talent."
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