Four new faces on Carmignac’s Fixed Income Team

Carmignac enhances its fixed income business with four analysts dedicated to generating alpha.

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    Florian Viros
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The fixed income team has stepped up its capabilities with the addition of Mattia Parolari, 32, as Quantitative Analyst specialized in yield curves. A graduate of HEC Paris, where he has also taught for the past three years, Mattia has over 7 years’ experience in interest rate sales and options trading at Nomura, which he joined after starting his career at Lehman Brothers.

Joseph Mouawad, 32, contributes to the team as Emerging Markets Analyst with a focus on bond markets. He has 10 years’ emerging markets experience, acquired first as a proprietary trader at Deutsche Bank, and subsequently as a fund manager at Caxton. He holds an engineering degree from Ecole Centrale Paris and a Master’s in Mathematics Applied to Finance from the University of Paris Dauphine.

Florian Viros, 35, joins the Credit team headed by Pierre Verlé as a Credit Analyst specializing in structured credit. He has worked in credit structuring for 8 years, first at Citigroup and more recently at Goldman Sachs as a structurer on the Collateralized Loan Obligation team. He is a graduate of ESSEC.

Alexandre Deneuville, 32, joins the Credit team as a Credit Analyst headed by Pierre Verlé focused on high-yield paper. He was previously a Credit & Equity Analyst and Vice President at Eiffel Investment Group. Alexandre holds a degree from ESSEC.

These appointments reflect the fact that Carmignac has made generating alpha a key priority for its fixed income business. With these gifted analysts to support the work of its fund managers, Carmignac can look forward to greater penetration of a number of bond market segments, and therefore to enhanced fund performance.

Commenting on these appointments, Rose Ouahba, Fund Manager and head of Fixed Income, said: “These additions to our team underline the importance of fixed income expertise for Carmignac funds. Our aim in bringing in these experts at generating alpha is to help us perform well under all market conditions – and thereby boost our risk management capabilities.”

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