Neuberger Berman raids BNP Paribas fixed income talent

Eyes new fund and strategy launches

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Head of EMEA and Latin America at Neuberger Berman, Dik Van Lomwel
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Head of EMEA and Latin America at Neuberger Berman, Dik Van Lomwel

Neuberger Berman has expanded its European fixed income capabilities with the hire of five portfolio managers and one quantitative analyst from BNP Paribas, as the firm plans to roll out new funds and strategies.

Led by former BNP Paribas CIO of euro sovereign and aggregate fixed income, and 30-year investment veteran, Patrick Barbe, the Paris-based team will be responsible for the management of around €49bn (£43.8bn)...

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