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Bolko Hohaus

Bolko Hohaus

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About Bolko Hohaus

Bolko Hohaus was born in April 1966 and attended the University of Munich where he obtained a Diploma in Statistics, Economics and Business Administration. In 1995 Bolko received a PhD in Economics from LMU Munich and has been a chartered financial analyst since 1999. Bolko joined Lombard Odier in 2002 and is the lead portfolio manager of the LOF Technology Fund. Bolko started his career at Allianz of America in Connecticut/USA in 1995 as a junior portfolio manager and, in 1998, became Head of the Investment teams for Global Telemedia and European Technology at Allianz Asset Management in Germany. Outside work, Bolko enjoys chess, cycling and travelling

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Citywire Rating: Not Eligible

Bolko Hohaus does not currently have the required track record to be eligible for a Citywire Rating. See methodology


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