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Eaton Vance appoints institutional portfolio manager

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Eaton Vance Management (International) Limited (EVMI), a subsidiary of Eaton Vance Corp, has appointed Dónal Kinsella to the newly created role of Institutional Portfolio Manager for Eaton Vance corporate credit strategies.

Based in London, Kinsella reports to Christopher Remington, Director of Income Product & Portfolio Strategy.
 
Kinsella’s appointment aims to bolster the advancement of Eaton Vance’s credit capabilities with institutional investors across Europe, Asia and Australia, with a particular emphasis on Eaton Vance’s global high yield and leveraged loan strategies as well as its growing multi-asset credit capabilities.
 
Kinsella is responsible for market research and analysis, advancing the firm’s managed strategies through thoughtful investment communications and insights on the credit markets. He will be an extension of Eaton Vance’s London-based sub-investment grade credit team and will be partnering closely with Eaton Vance’s international distribution businesses and their clients.
 
“This is a critical, strategic appointment for the company and will further our growth potential outside of the US,” says Remington. “Dónal has an established network within the institutional investment sector and we expect he will quickly and positively influence our business development efforts.”  
 
Tjalling Halbertsma, Managing Director, EMVI, adds: “We are delighted to welcome Dónal as the first IPM on the ground in London. His deep credit market expertise will allow us to better address our institutional client needs and enhance the positioning of our local investment offerings.”
 
Kinsella began his career in the investment industry in 2010. He joins Eaton Vance from Janus Henderson Investors, where he was a Client Portfolio Manager responsible for multi-sector, structured and corporate credit strategies for pension schemes and insurance companies across Europe. He also served as a Trustee Director, responsible for all decision making on Janus Henderson’s own DB and DC pension schemes.
 
Previously, he was affiliated with Lane Clark & Peacock and Mercer Investments in the investment consultancy industry researching fund managers and advising institutional investors on a wide range of investment related topics.
 
Kinsella earned a BS from University College of Dublin. He holds the chartered alternative investment analyst (CAIA) designation and is a fellow of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (FIA).

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