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Henderson hires duo for US fixed income team

Henderson hires duo for US fixed income team

Henderson Global Investors has appointed two investment grade credit analysts to its Philadelphia-based fixed income team.

Timothy Gage joins this month from Franklin Square Capital Partners, and Jonathan Mann will join from JP Morgan Chase & Co in July. Both will report to Andrew Griffiths, Henderson’s global head of credit research.

The double launch brings the high yield team up to eight. Their main responsibilities will be to oversee specific industry sectors and US domiciled non-financial companies across the investment grade corporate bond universe. The US-based team forms part of a broader global credit team, based in London.     

'In February 2013 Henderson’s Philadelphia office was established - the fact that we are able to add to that team so soon is testament to our performance for our clients in the last year. It also signals the increasing demand for global fixed income product in the market,' Stephen Thariyan (pictured), global head of credit, said.

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