Brian Hess, manager of the $998m Legg Mason Brandywine Global Fixed Income fund, has upped exposure to Mexican and South African government debt to drive returns in volatile markets.
Hess, who works for Legg Mason's US-based fixed income subsidiary Brandywine, has upped his position in Mexican debt from 4% to 6%, and his South African position from 2% to 3%, via a combination of 10-year...
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