MI TwentyFour AM Dynamic Bond Fund I Accumulation shares

MI TwentyFour AM Dynamic Bond Fund I Accumulation shares
TwentyFour Asset Management LLP
Open Ended Investment Company
£ Strategic Bond
0.77 %
Risk Rating
3 Year Sharpe
3 Year Alpha
4.7 %
The Dynamic Bond Fund aims to provide an attractive level of income along with an opportunity for capital growth, by investing in a broad range of bonds and fixed income assets. The investment policy of the Sub-Fund is to adopt a highly flexible approach that enables the Investment Adviser to take advantage of prevailing market conditions as they change over time. The Sub-Fund may invest in, or otherwise obtain exposure to, debt instruments from the whole range of fixed income assets including high yield bonds, investment grade bonds, government bonds, asset-backed securities and other bonds (such as, for example, emerging market sovereign bonds or bank capital perpetual b
Holding %
Irs Fixed Leg Morgan Stanley 08/02/2024 1.4875% 13.50 %
Irs Floating Leg Morgan Stanley 08/02/2024 13.43 %
Australia (Commonwealth of) 2% 10.09 %
United States Treasury Notes 1.88% 4.80 %
US Treasury Note 2.5% 4.06 %
Nationwide Building Society 2.54 %
Coventry Building Society 6.38% 2.51 %
Garfunkelux Holdco 3 SA 8.5% 1.51 %
Nationwide Building Society 6.88% 1.50 %
Cheniere Corpus Christi Holdings, LLC 7% 1.49 %
Region %
United Kingdom 100.00 %
Sector %
Financial Services 100.00 %
TwentyFour Asset Management LLP
EC3V 3ND, London, United Kingdom
Legal Structure
Open Ended Investment Company


Felipe Villarroel
Joined 03/01/2011

Felipe joined TwentyFour in 2011 and day-to-day responsibilities include monthly portfolio reporting to clients, macroeconomic analysis and credit analysis. In addition, Felipe also has responsibility for foreign exchange hedging of our Funds and Bespoke Portfolios. Prior to joining TwentyFour, Felipe worked as an Asset Allocation and Strategy Analyst at Celfin Capital in Chile. Here, Felipe took an active role in developing the team’s Strategic view of the global macro economy and asset classes. Felipe also had a key part to play in analysing and constructing High Net Worth clients’ portfolios and in communicating the Asset Allocation decisions to clients and Private Bankers. Felipe graduated from Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile with a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Business Administration before obtaining a Masters in Finance from the London Business School.

Gary Kirk
Joined 04/26/2010

Gary spent the first 20 years of his career as a consistently successful proprietary credit trader before becoming a portfolio manager, during which time he traded the complete range of fixed-income securities and derivative products. Gary is one of the 7 founding partners of TwentyFour and a member of the four-strong portfolio management team where his primary responsibility is the co-management of the Firm’s Monument and Dynamic Bond Funds as well as a number of bespoke portfolios for institutional clients. Before founding TwentyFour, Gary was a partner and investment manager at Synapse Investment Management. Prior to this Gary was Head of European Credit trading at Wachovia Bank NA, where he led a successful proprietary trading group focused on European & Asian credit products. Gary’s investment banking career began in 1987 in the Corporate Finance & Syndicate group at Daiwa Securities where he created structured bonds for Asian investors as well as becoming one of the pioneers of the asset swap market. Between 1993 and 2000 Gary was Head of Credit Trading at the Royal Bank of Canada, where he was at the forefront of the development of the credit derivative market and a member of the professional market panel involved in the first standardised ISDA document. Prior to joining Wachovia, Gary was Head of Trading at CDC Ixis, running a group of 12 traders based in London, Paris & Frankfurt.

Eoin Walsh
Joined 04/26/2010

Eoin has worked within the fixed-income market for over 12 years during which time he has focused on a wide range of securities from corporates and financials to asset-backed debt. Eoin is one of the 7 founding partners of TwentyFour and a member of the four-strong portfolio management team where his primary responsibility is the co-management of the Firm’s Monument and Dynamic Bond Funds in addition to a number of bespoke portfolios for institutional clients. Before founding TwentyFour, Eoin was a partner and portfolio manager at Synapse Investment Management. Prior to this, Eoin was a Vice President at London Credit Structures, part of Citigroup Alternative Investments. Eoin joined Citigroup in 1997 and initially worked in the Independent Control department before moving to the Credit team where he analysed banks and financial institutions, corporate and asset-backed securities. Eoin joined the portfolio management team in 2002 and concentrated on the structured finance sector, covering: RMBS, CMBS, autos, student loans, consumer loans, CLOs and various other asset-backed securities.

Mark Holman
Joined 04/26/2010

Mark has 24 years of experience in fixed-income markets, gained in a combination of senior roles in investment banking and asset management. Mark is one of the 9 partners of TwentyFour and serves as the Firm’s Risk Manager with responsibility both for independent market risk oversight of the Firm’s investment portfolios and maintaining the Firm’s risk measurement, management and reporting framework. Before founding TwentyFour in 2008, Mark was one of the original partners at Synapse Investment Management which he founded along with Graeme Anderson in June 2006. Prior to that Mark was a Managing Director at Barclays Capital in London where he established and led various units of its European fixed income distribution business. Mark joined Barclays Capital in March 1999. Prior to that he was an executive director at Lehman Brothers where for 5 years he played a key role in helping Lehman establish their European Credit Business. Mark began his investment banking career in 1990 with Morgan Stanley in fixed income.

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