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Steve Drew

Steve Drew

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About Steve Drew

Steve Drew joined Henderson in 2014 as head of Emerging Market Credit. He joined from Thames River Capital where he was a portfolio manager and partner heading the Global Credit team. Drew started his career in 1991 at Salomon Brothers as a Credit and Fixed Income trader and then held trading roles at Lehman Brothers, Paribas and JP Morgan, where he was co-head of European Credit Trading. He moved to Sigma in 2002 as a portfolio manager and then to Tudor Capital in 2003 in the same role. Drew graduated from Newcastle City University with a BSc (Hons) in Mathematics.

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