JPMAM hires ex-BoE manager for fixed income role

Joining global rates team

Laura Dew
JPMAM hires ex-BoE manager for fixed income role

J.P. Morgan Asset Management has hired Swantje Boulderstone, formerly at the Bank of England, as a global rates portfolio manager.

Boulderstone will sit in the firm's London-based global fixed income, currency and commodities team and focus on multi-currency government bond portfolios. She previously spent seven years at the Bank of England where she managed the UK's foreign currency reserves and bond issues. She also spent time at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. At JPMAM she will report to David Tan, global head of rates, and work to support him on the JPM Global (ex-UK) Bond fund, as well as the JPMorgan Funds EU Government Bond and JPMorgan Funds Global Government Bond funds.  JPMAM's Berens: Everyone...

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