Wealth Manager - the site for professional investment managers

Register to get unlimited access to Citywire’s fund manager database. Registration is free and only takes a minute.

TwentyFour hires ex-Ignis credit star Bowie

TwentyFour hires ex-Ignis credit star Bowie

Chris Bowie, the former head of credit at Ignis, is to join fixed income boutique TwentyFour Asset Management.

Bowie (pictured) left Ignis following its acquisition by Standard Life; he had joined the firm in 2004 and managed the Ignis Absolute Return Credit and Ignis Corporate Bond funds.

A-rated by Citywire, Bowie had returned 28.7% over the past three years through the £246 million corporate bond fund, a top-quartile performance in his sector where the average fund has generated 23.6% during the period.

TwentyFour currently offers three open-ended bond funds and two closed-ended strategies and has£3.2 billion of assets under management.

Its £460 million Dynamic Bond fund tops its Citywire Global Bonds sector over three years, having returned 37.1% compared with the peer group average of 9.1%.

Leave a comment!

Please sign in or register to comment. It is free to register and only takes a minute or two.
Citywire TV
Play Liontrust ESG head says sustainable investment doesn't mean low return

Liontrust ESG head says sustainable investment doesn't mean low return

Peter Michaelis talks about ethical investment growth and where he sees future opportunites.

Play Are platforms the biggest barrier to wealth manager ETF take-up?

Are platforms the biggest barrier to wealth manager ETF take-up?

Citywire hosted a roundtable discussion to find out how and if wealth managers are using ETFs in their clients' portfolios and the challenges they face trading through different platforms.

Play SVM's Veitch on what's next for banks

SVM's Veitch on what's next for banks

SVM fund manager Neil Veitch is finding value in what he describes as unstable financials and talks through his favourite small caps.

Read More
Your Business: Cover Star Club

Profile: UBS' robo boss on what his tween can teach the industry

Profile: UBS' robo boss on what his tween can teach the industry

Co-head of UBS SmartWealth Shane Williams explains the simple life lessons missed by the first wave of robo pioneers

Wealth Manager on Twitter