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Paul Thursby

Paul Thursby

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About Paul Thursby

Paul Thursby has over 30 years of fund management experience. In the late 70s and through the 80s he held various positions including Head of Fixed Income and Deputy General Manager at the United Bank of Kuwait in London. This was followed by a spell in Tokyo managing the Fixed Income Division of Prudential Bache Securities. From there Paul moved to become Portfolio Manager (European and International) and Head of Fixed Income (London) at Cigna International Investment Advisers and in 1991 joined Baring Asset Management. During his 11 years with Barings, Paul was Senior Portfolio Manager and an Institutional Director sitting on the Fixed Income Strategy Committee. He joined Thames River Capital in August 2003 where he was co manager on the Thames River Global Bond fund, alongside Peter Geikie-Cobb.

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