Threadneedle Emerging Market Local Fund Z Income GBP
|Mexico (United Mexican States) 10%||7.39 %|
|Russian Federation 6.5%||6.09 %|
|The Republic of Peru 6.95%||5.58 %|
|Republic of Colombia 9.85%||5.29 %|
|Republic of South Africa 8%||4.98 %|
|Thailand (Kingdom Of) 2.88%||3.76 %|
|Israel (State Of) 2.25%||3.70 %|
|Brazil (Federative Republic) 10%||3.17 %|
|Indonesia (Republic of) 8.38%||2.80 %|
|Republic of South Africa 7%||2.68 %|
Adrian joined Columbia Threadneedle Investments in June 2016 as a Fixed Income portfolio manager in the Interest Rates & Currencies team. Prior to this, he spent eight years as a portfolio manager at Brevan Howard Asset Management, where he traded Emerging Markets local rates and currencies. Adrian began his career at the Bank of England in 2000, holding various positions in the Sterling Markets and Foreign Exchange divisions. He became a portfolio manager in the Bank’s Reserves Management team in 2005 before leaving to join Aberdeen Asset Management in 2007 as a portfolio manager in that firm’s global rates team. At Aberdeen, he contributed to absolute return rates strategies before joining Brevan Howard in September 2008 at the launch of Brevan Howard’s UCITS absolute return rates strategy. Adrian holds a BA (Hons) in History from the University of Birmingham.
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