Columbia Threadneedle wins £1.7bn global credit mandate from St James's Place

Co-managers Alasdair Ross and Ryan Staszewski

James Baxter-Derrington
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The mandate adds to a range of funds managed by Columbia Threadneedle on behalf of St James’s Place
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The mandate adds to a range of funds managed by Columbia Threadneedle on behalf of St James’s Place

Columbia Threadneedle Investments has won a £1.7bn mandate to manage a new global investment grade credit mandate for St James’s Place, Investment Week can reveal.

It will be co-managed by Columbia Threadneedle's head of investment grade credit Alasdair Ross and senior portfolio manager Ryan Staszewski. Columbia Threadneedle to assume BMO EMEA asset management business Ross, who has been with the firm since he began in the industry in 2003, also manages a range of global, euro and UK credit portfolios and is deputy manager to a credit opportunities fund. Staszewski joined Columbia Threadneedle in 2012 and holds responsibility for European and global credit portfolio. He previously served as a credit analyst at JP Morgan and Aviva Investors. ...

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