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Schroders appoints two bond managers

Schroders appoints two bond managers

Schroders has appointed Robbie Boukhoufane and Alan Wilson as portfolio managers within the global multi-sector fixed income team.

Boukhoufane has been with Schroders for six years and has held several leadership roles, including global head of fixed income and FX trading.

In this role he managed Schroders' fixed income execution with a team of 20 specialist traders across four regional desks.

Wilson joined Schroders in February of this year from State Street, where he was a senior fixed income investment manager.

Paul Grainger, head of global multi-sector fixed income said: ‘We’re delighted with the addition of two highly experienced and talented individuals to the team.

‘Bob and I first worked with Robbie in 1999 at Gartmore. Robbie has exceptional experience in the field.

'He has been working alongside and adding value to the team for over six years and he is already well embedded within the team’s investment process and philosophy, so this will be a natural transition.

‘We are constantly on the lookout for talented individuals that will be additive to the team and investment process. In line with this, we recently hired Alan Wilson who has strong experience in global rates and FX.’

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