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Peter Geikie-Cobb

Peter Geikie-Cobb

About Peter Geikie-Cobb

Born in 1964, Peter Geikie-Cobb started his fund management career with Aall Investment Management in 1985 before moving to Baring Asset Management where he launched and managed their Global Bond Trust. From 1992 to 2002, Peter held a variety of posts with Mercury Asset Management / Merrill Lynch Investment Managers and was responsible for managing a number of their retail funds and institutional mandates. A brief spell as Head of Global Fixed Income at Insight Investment ended when he joined Thames River Capital in 2003 where he and Paul Thursby shared responsibility for management of the Thames River Global Bond Fund.

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Citywire Rating: Not Eligible

Peter Geikie-Cobb does not currently have the required track record to be eligible for a Citywire Rating. See methodology

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Thames River bond duo: the gilt bubble is about to burst

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Thames River bond stars: Deflation is still the big fear

The highly-respected bond team at Thames River Capital is betting against Pimco's Bill Gross by buying US Treasuries and the dollar. It says deflation is still the big worry.

A-rated Geikie-Cobb: France at risk as Ireland stalls on financial aid

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