Sanlam Strategic Bond Fund I GBP Inc
|Long-Term Euro-BTP Futures June19||7.95 %|
|United States Treasury Bonds 3%||5.38 %|
|United States Treasury Notes 2.88%||4.19 %|
|France (Republic Of) 5.5%||3.75 %|
|United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland 3.5%||3.51 %|
|Australia (Commonwealth of) 2.75%||3.47 %|
|Germany (Federal Republic Of) 1.25%||3.44 %|
|France (Republic Of) 2%||3.40 %|
|United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland 1.5%||3.35 %|
|Lloyds Bank plc 13%||2.72 %|
Craig joined Man GLG in October 2018 from Sanlam FOUR Partners, where for six years he managed a strategic bond strategy focused on investing in attractively valued corporate and government bond opportunities. Craig has a career spanning over 20 years in the industry. He was responsible for fixed income at Sanlam since 2009 and was the lead fund manager on the Sanlam Strategic Bond strategy since its launch in 2012. Previously, Craig managed global bond funds at Scottish Widows Investment Partnership and WestLB Mellon Asset Management. Before this, he was a senior member of the Global Fixed Income team at HSBC Investment Management. He qualified as an Associate of the UK Society of Investment Professionals in 2001 and is a CFA charterholder. Craig has a degree in economics from Liverpool University and a master’s degree in finance and investment from Exeter University.
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