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BlueBay appoints new Co-Head of Developed Markets

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Global specialist fixed income manager, BlueBay Asset Management (BlueBay), has appointed Stephen Thariyan to the newly created role of Co-Head of Developed Markets.

Based in London and reporting to Raphael Robelin, Chief Investment Officer, Thariyan will work alongside Mark Dowding (Co-Head of Developed Markets) and will assume responsibility for the Developed Markets’ corporate credit investment process and help develop and grow BlueBay’s corporate credit strategies across investment grade, leveraged finance and convertible bonds. 
 
Robelin says: “As we continue to grow our investment capabilities in response to constantly evolving markets and investor demands, our ability to generate superior investment performance is critical to our success. As such, we continue to strengthen our investment teams to maintain our focus on strong investment returns for new and existing investors. 
 
“Stephen is a highly experienced credit investor with a proven ability to lead a global team and generate strong investment returns. His experience will complement Mark’s strong macro and sovereign expertise and, together, I believe they will continue to enhance our Developed Markets footprint.”
 
Thariyan has over 25 years’ experience as a credit investor, most recently at Henderson Global Investors where he was Global Head of Credit for the last ten years. Prior to this he spent 8 years as a Senior Portfolio Manager at Rogge Global Partners and has also held roles at Natwest Markets and Chevron Corporation.
 

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