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JP Morgan hires former Aberdeen fixed income head

JP Morgan hires former Aberdeen fixed income head

JP Morgan Asset Management has boosted its fixed income team with the hire of Charles McKenzie.

McKenzie, who previously served at Aberdeen Asset Management, has been brought on board at JP Morgan as head of client portfolio management for the EMEA region, reporting to Bob Michele, chief investment officer of global fixed income, currency and commodities.

McKenzie will take charge of client management, product design and new business development, using his experience as head of fixed income EMEA at Aberdeen and previously, as in the same role at Deutsche Asset Management.

Michele said: 'Charles’ appointment represents another significant hire to our fixed income team.'

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