Factsheet: Man GLG Strategic Bond Profl Acc C
|Euro OAT Mar18||6.48 %|
|Long Gilt Future Mar18 (Icf)||6.12 %|
|US 10 Year Ultra Future Mar18||5.98 %|
|US Ultra Bond (CBT) Mar18||5.50 %|
|Euro BUXL 30Y Bond Mar18||5.11 %|
|E-mini S&P 500 Mar18||4.85 %|
|March 18 (2018/03/16) Calls On Sx5e (3500)||4.58 %|
|Aust 10y Bond Fut Mar18 (Sfe)||4.18 %|
|Irsw: Usd - Pay 2.724% Vs Libor 3m 0bp : 31jan18-31jan28 : Bnp (7054547)||4.10 %|
|Ucgim 5 3/8 12/30/49||3.99 %|
|United States||58.93 %|
|Latin America||13.77 %|
|Financial Services||37.05 %|
|Consumer Cyclical||6.95 %|
Andy joins GLG from ECM, where he was lead portfolio manager of the ECM Diversified Financials Europe Fund and co-manager of the ECM Absolute Return Credit Fund. Prior to ECM, where he worked with Jon Mawby before Jon joined GLG in 2012, Andy was a management consultant with Accenture in its Finance and Performance Management group. At Accenture Andy specialised in equity derivatives for global investment banks and advised blue chip corporate clients in the telecoms sector.
Jon joined ECM in December 2005 from Gartmore Investment Management, where he was Portfolio Manager and Trader in the Institutional European Credit Group, working primarily on relative value CDS trading for the European Credit Hedge Fund. Prior to this, Jon was a Sterling Fund Manager at Morley Fund Management. Jon has a BA (Hons) in Economics from Durham University and is a CFA charterholder.
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