Merian Strategic Absolute Return Bond Fund F2 GBP Hedged Inc
|United States Treasury Notes 0.75%||10.81 %|
|United States Treasury Notes 0.62%||9.80 %|
|Merian Financial Cntgnt Cptl F USD Inc||8.10 %|
|Japan (Government Of) 0.1%||4.84 %|
|France (Republic Of) 0.1%||4.82 %|
|Greece (Republic Of) 3.45%||4.62 %|
|United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland 4%||4.47 %|
|United States Treasury Notes 2.5%||4.35 %|
|Germany (Federal Republic Of) 0.1%||4.20 %|
|Mexico (United Mexican States) 7.5%||2.92 %|
|United Kingdom||100.00 %|
|Financial Services||100.00 %|
Mark joined the company in June 2016 and is head of fixed income. He is lead manager of the Merian Strategic Absolute Return Bond Fund. He previously worked at Invesco Asset Management since 2001, most recently as head of global multi-sector portfolio management and head of European fixed income strategy. Mr. Nash earned a BS degree with honors in chemistry from the University of Nottingham and is a CFA charterholder.
Nicholas joined the company as a fixed income portfolio manager in July 2016. Prior to joining the business, Nicholas worked as a fund manager in the global macro team at Invesco Asset Management, from 2007. He is a CFA charterholder and has an economics degree from the University of York.
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