Eduardo Alhadeff is an executive director and member of the Global Fixed Income, Currency & Commodities group at JP Morgan based in London. Eduardo is a portfolio manager and is responsible for identifying credit opportunities and managing corporate exposures in emerging market portfolios. He joined the firm in 2011 and prior to this, Eduardo was a partner at BRZ Investimentos, where he was responsible for the structuring and management of the high grade funds and some of the special situations funds. He graduated from Escola de Administração de Empresas de São Paulo, Fundação Getúlio Vargas with a BA in Business Administration and from Insper/Ibmec with an Executive MBA in Finance.
Pierre-Yves Bareau is currently managing director and global head of the emerging markets debt team at JP Morgan Asset Management. He graduated from the Groupe Ecole Supérieure de Commerce et de Management Tours-Poitiers (ESCEM) in France and holds a graduated degree in finance and a master’s degree in management. Pierre-Yves started his career at BAREP Asset Management as an emerging markets portfolio manager in 1991. He then spent two years at FP Consult (France) and in 1999, Pierre-Yves joined Fortis Investment where he worked for 10 years and was chief investment officer for emerging markets fixed income. He has over 20 years of experience in the financial industry. In his spare time, Pierre-Yves enjoys glof and skiing.
Scott McKee is a managing director and a member of the Global Fixed Income, Currency & Commodities group at JP Morgan Asset Management based in New York. He is the lead portfolio manager for emerging markets corporate debt and leads the New York-based Emerging Markets Debt team. Prior to this, Scott was chief executive and portfolio manager at Volterra Investment Management. Scott graduated from Harvard University with a BA in Economics and from Stanford University with an MBA.
To achieve a return in excess of corporate bond markets of emerging market countries by investing primarily in emerging market corporate debt securities, using financial derivative instruments where appropriate. At least 67% of the Sub-Fund's assets (excluding cash and cash equivalents) will be invested, either directly or through the use of financial derivative instruments, in corporate debt securities issued by companies that are domiciled in, or carrying out the main part of their economic activity in, an emerging market country.
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